Capture Momentum with the Next Right Step

What is the next right step for your men? Some may need more of the create momentum activities to build confidence in moving onto activities with deeper spiritual content.  Other may be ready to go deeper spiritually. Therefore moving your men from create momentum to capture momentum must be handled with specific attention to where each man may be on his spiritual journey.

Why Hold Men's Breakfasts.  “Everybody” does men’s breakfasts. In fact, when asking about men’s ministry in churches, most leaders point to men’s breakfasts. In reality, men’s breakfasts are entry points into a men’s ministry, not the sole component of a men’s ministry. Read more...

The Value of Men's ConferencesMen's conferences, such as Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) Conferences, are more than just a day out. They provide fellowship, encouragement, and inspiration.  Consider the following plan for a day at an Iron Sharpens Iron Conference: First, the men travel together. Meet at the church or at a strategic location and begin the conference day together. Grab a coffee and some conversation as you prepare for the day. Read more... 

Iron Sharpens Iron National Men's Conferences. Iron Sharpens Iron is a Conference Network made up of individual ministries that are working interdependently to most effectively offer local church resources for men. We are doing this by mobilizing ministries to resource local churches with a first class one-day equipping conference that is designed for men (age 13 and older).

Man in the Mirror Events for Men. These events include: An Evening for Couples, Rewired, Success that Matters, The Seven Season of a Man's Life, Dad's that Make a Difference, and the Man in the Mirror Experience. These events are either faculty or church led events with the exception of MIM Experience with is led by Dr. Patrick Morley.    

Men's Small Groups. Why? It is clear from the Gospels that Jesus spent a great deal of time mentoring and coaching His disciples. It is also clear that He had an especially close relationship with three of these men: Peter, James and John.  These were men who led the early advance of the church. Read more...

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