A Look at Men’s Ministry

In Church, Culture, General Interest, Testimonies on September 30, 2009 at 4:55 am

photo courtesy of Rockdale E.M.C.

Click here for Tuesday’s feature (Part I):

Click here for Wednesday’s feature (Part II):

Click here for an extended version of Thursday’s feature (Part III):

Most evangelical churches today have some sort of men’s ministry. There are dozens of books, study guides, and weekend encounters—all designed to encourage men together in their journey of faith.  This series looks at finding genuine male relationships and their importance in the life of a godly man through the testimony of two men whose lives have been deeply impacted by other godly men.

Guests include Kirk Baker, Associate Professor of Pastoral Studies, and Ernest Gray, Special Instructor of the Bible.  Both men are on faculty at the Moody Bible Institute.

While these features are not meant to promote any particular men’s ministry or approach, Ernest Gray does mention the impact that “The Crucible Project” has had in his life as he learned to wrestle through the issues facing us as men today.  Click on the link for more information.


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