Men's Disciplemaking  is a ministry of the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA) located under the Office of Disciplemaking and Ministry Studies. Our purpose is to assist churches in developing healthy ministries to men. We encourage local churches to build effective and intentional methods for creating, capturing and sustaining a ministry to men that is unique to its own situation. To assist churches in building on that framework, we seek best practices and success stories in discipling men from across The Alliance. Our vision is to see churches move men from the community and disciple them into service. 

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January 2015

Happy New Year from Men's Disciplemaking

Discipleship: I thank God, whom I serve with a pure conscience, as my forefathers did, as without ceasing I remember you in my prayers night and day, greatly desiring to see you, being mindful of your tears, that I may be filled with joy, when I call to remembrance the genuine faith that is in you, which dwelt first in your grandmother Lois and your mother Eunice, and I am persuaded is in you also. Therefore I remind you to stir up the gift of God which is in you through the laying on of my hands. 7For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.(2 Timothy 1:3-7)

Disciplemaking Strategy: Supporting Men Who are Leaders: Men who take responsibility in getting things done and influence others to join the effort. A leader is concerned about reaching and discipling other men. Less than one percent of American men fit into this category. 

Support leaders through leadership training conferences and accountability relationships. These men consistently need encouragement and reminders of their motivation to minister and serve. (No Man Left Behind, p133, 209)

A disciple constantly seeks to grow in the Lord.

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  Did you Know?

  • The majority of church employees are women (except for ordained clerty, who are overwhelmingly male). Barna Research Online.



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