One doesn’t have to look too far to realize that manhood is in a state of confusion. Men are easily stumped when it comes to dealing with honest questions like, “When does a boy become a man?” or “How do you define ‘manhood’?” At Grace, we seek to create environments where men grow in their understanding of God’s inspiring, challenging, fulfilling design for manhood—at home, at work and in community. The knowledge gained and relationships developed will become invaluable. To learn more about our Men's Ministry, contact Pastor Kelly.
We seek to grow together as we study God's Word and apply it to our lives. One way we accomplish this is through our Men's Fraternity studies. This series is designed by Dr. Robert Lewis to give men a clear, working definition of manhood while coming to grips with their own broken view of what a man is.
Wednesday mornings @ 6 am
Studying "33 The Series, A Man and His Traps"
This training guide provides practical teaching, powerful testimonies, interviews and creative elements combined in this six-session volume to help men avoid or escape the destruction that falling into the common manhood traps can bring.
Wednesday evenings @ 6:45pm
Studying Matt Chandler's "A Beautiful Design: God's Unchanging Plan for Manhood and Womanhood"
God created us to function according to His perfect design, and for all of human history, our world has been male and female. But our ever-changing culture faces challenges due to sin. More than ever the church needs to be a safe refuge for the gender confused, the sexually broken, the single, the married, and the divorced. In this 9-session study, pastor Matt Chandler gives evidence that God’s plan for man and woman is the ultimate design. And life lived within this beautiful and unchanging design leads to our greatest joy.
We seek to share the love of Christ with others. One way we accomplish this is at our annual Father/Son Camping Trip. This event is looked forward to with great anticipation by our members and their unbelieving friends. The trip is an overnight event in late September designed to create meaningful interaction between fathers and their sons.