After a create event, the next right step for your men is to capture interest. Some may need more of the create momentum activities to build confidence in moving onto activities with deeper spiritual content. Others may be ready to go deeper spiritually.
A look at leading men along on their spiritual journey
Man in the Mirror hasdeveloed a series os seminars to assist men in the challenges of life.
Enthusiasm and success can often lead to excess. I have seen this in my own church and in hundreds of churches across the Northeast. A team of men put something on for the men in their church and the men actually come! The organizers are surprised (shocked) at the turnout, and they immediately organize several other similar events. Sooner or later the men stop coming and what was once a true entry level event for men associated with the local church has turned into a small group of the same men.
The IRON SHARPENS IRON Conference Network is made up of individual ministries that are willing to act interdependently to most effectively offer local churches a first class resource for men.
Men's conferences, such as Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) Conferences, are more than just a day out. They provide fellowship, encouragement, and inspiration.
Short-Term Mission trips are great ways to move a man along the wide to deep journey. The man in the early part of his spiritual journey will experience what it means to be a part of a productive team.
The theme of this issue of Equipping the Man in the Mirror is "Reaching Younger Men for Christ." We asked our Field Network Leaders to give us their insight into this important issue.
You can schedule men’s breakfast as a capture event to build on the fellowship and relationships that were developed during the create event. These breakfasts need to have a definite spiritual component.