Men's Ministry

REACH – EVERY MAN WANTS TO GRAB ON TO SOMETHING - Many men won’t reach up unless there is something solid to grab on to. They tend to stay where they’re at even though they struggle through life. They need godly men to reach out to them who will help them understand who God made them to be.

CONNECT – EVERY MAN NEEDS GODLY MEN - God has not created us to live life alone. It’s essential for men to be connected with other godly men because when they’re not, they’re vulnerable to the enemy’s attack. When God connects men there are friendships established that last a life time.

DISCIPLE – EVERY MAN NEEDS TO GROW - The godly men must reach out, with God’s power, to lead men in to spiritual maturity through mentoring, groups and events.

CHALLENGE – EVERY MAN HAS A MISSION - Men are competitive and like to be challenged. When men are unsure of their mission, they pull away from the challenge God has designed for them and default to the lessor worldly challenges. Churches must help men live out the mission God is calling them to.

TRANSFORM – EVERY MAN HAS A MASTER - As men are reached out to, connected, discipled, and challenged, the Lord does His transforming work. As men are transformed, the Lord will rule and reign over every aspect of their life!

Men need churches to be intentional in finding ways to reach out and connect men with other godly men.

Want To Be Reached Out To?

Want to begin growing in their relationship with Christ. and connect with another guy? Learn what Scripture says about why Christ came and what He says about important issues like: salvation, sin, heaven, prayer, meaning, the Holy Spirit, and much more. Meeting times are based on participants’ schedules. If you’d like to go through the material, or take someone through, contact the church office at

Want To Reach Out To Men?

Dream a little. Imagine a church with men in it that were supported, encourage, and reach out to. Imagine a church that the gospel reigned over in its entire men’s ministry and because of that, true authentic relationships, friendships and discipleship happens. I might be like many of you: I desire to be reached out to, invited and prayed for. I desire development, accountability and intentional love. I desire a friend, brother and mentor.

         Imagine if we had a men’s ministry where its focus was not just events, but relationships.

Here is the ask.

         Would you consider being one of these men? To support, mentor, build relationship with and reach out to the men who are having problems being reached.

What this will look like.

We will set you up with someone at the age or time of life that you feel led to ministry to.

Examples: High school, college, newly married, new parent, divorced, or just someone desiring deep relationship.

         You will set up meeting times with them to get coffee, hang out with your family or just meet at the church once and while. We have two small books that can help drive your conversations that are made for a relationship like this.

         The first is “Growing In Christ,” which talks about the assurances and the basics on Christian living of the gospel and the second is “Discipleship is Relationship” which talks about four elements for a refreshed and intentional Christian life. Prayer, Word of God, Being Loved, Life of Worship.

Please follow up with Pastor Brian Sauter for further questions.

Men's Small Groups