Men's Ministries

Men's Ministries exists to multiply followers of Jesus Christ by defining and inspiring obedience in each role that God has placed us.

Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another Proverbs 27:17 ESV

We examine and apply the Scriptures as offensive and defensive weapons against temptation and sin. Please join us for Men's Ministry events, weekly prayer meetings, or Bible study. For questions about this ministry, contact Pastor Jon MacDonald

Upcoming Events

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Men's Prayer Meeting

Wednesdays, 6:30 - 7:30am, via Google Meet

Men of the church are invited to come together in the presence of the Lord to pray. We use the Psalms as a guide to pray for our nation, community, and church family.

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Bible Studies

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Men's Romans Bible Study

Wednesdays, 9:30-11am
Room 109

In his letter to the Romans, Paul clearly explains that all people are sinful; Christ died to forgive sin; we are made right with God through faith and this begins a new life with a new relationship with God.  Paul gives practical guidelines that have profound implications that will affect how we choose to behave each day. 

It is not enough merely to know the gospel; we must let it transform our lives and let God impact every aspect of our lives.

Join us as we explore this foundation that Paul lays down for us.

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Disciplines of a Godly Man Study

Wednesdays, 6:30-8pm
Lakeshore Health Center, William Weissert Community Room
1721 Saemann Ave, Sheboygan

Disciplines of a Godly Man is meant to develop a conviction to follow Jesus so closely that we influence those around us to follow him too. This course is designed to prepare men to love Jesus better, lead ministries better, and understand and teach the Bible better. Disciplines of a Godly Man in three words:

THINK God's thoughts (disciplined study of God's Word). DO what's right and pleasing to the Lord. LOVE him more than life itself.

This is a leadership development Bible study and that is not easy. Leaders put others first and serve them. Leaders deal with their junk so they can forget about themselves. Leaders care more about responsibility than freedom. Contact Pastor Jon with any questions you may have or to update your email address.

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