Why Men’s Ministry?
Because the threat to godliness is so great—and the opportunity before us so immeasurable—ministry to men is an idea whose time has come.
- It will afford your church the chance to equip and enlist men to display Christ—centered perspectives in their homes, churches, and communities.
- It will enable you to under-gird godly men in their quest to find and fulfill their calling in Christ.
- It will create a meaningful forum in which you can motivate and mobilize the Apostolic men around you.
- It will facilitate the pastor’s unending effort to build better men—and thereby grow greater churches.
A vibrant ministry to men will not be an additional burden—but rather, an invaluable asset.
Starting a Men’s Ministry: Seven Easy Steps
- In the context of the challenges facing our society both within and without the church, communicate the need for a meaningful ministry to men.
- Under the direction of the Pastor or designated lay leader, establish opportunities for men’s only gatherings.
- Plan presentations aimed at addressing issues relevant to men living Christian lives:
- STEWARDSHIP of time, talent, and treasure
- COMMITMENT to God, family, and church
- MAINTAINING MORAL PURITY in an immoral world
- MAN TO MAN EVANGELISM witnessing in the workplace
- FINDING YOUR PLACE in local church ministry
- PRAYER for family, pastor, and kingdom
- SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP God’s plan for man
- Provide the framework within which men can develop accountability among brethren.
- Offer opportunities for fellowship and interaction between men outside of the normal church environment.
- Through personal testimonies, involve laymen in motivating and mobilizing others to find and fulfill their place in the mission and ministry of the local church.
- Teach men how to pray – and teach men to pray.
“I will therefore that men pray everywhere, lifting up holy hands, without wrath or doubting” (I Timothy 2:8)
“… Men ought always to pray and not to faint.”(Luke 18:1b)
The above article, “Why Men’s Ministry” was written by Apostolic Man. The article was excerpted from www.apostolicman.com. Nov. 2017.
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