Men’s Competition Night

Be sure to come to the annual Men’s Competition Night on Saturday, May 12 starting at 5:00pm at the Altman’s home.  This is a night of great food and fellowship.  Why not use this as an opportunity to reach out to a neighbor?  If you have any questions, please see John Dudley.

 

Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study

A new Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study will be meeting in the basement of the church starting at 7:30am every month on the first and third Saturday.    We are going to be studying through the book of Philippians.  The first meeting will be on Saturday, May 6 and is an introduction, overview and discussion of Philippians overall.  You are asked to read all four chapters of Philippians as an overview before attending the first meeting.  The goal is to have a different person be prepared to provide a 20-minute nugget on the portion of the Scripture for the week followed by about 40 minutes of discussion.  There will also be breakfast and a time of prayer.  Any questions, see Tom Borck.

 

Men’s Competition Night-date changed

Competition Night

The date for the next Men’s Competition Night has been changed to Saturday, May 13 at the Altman’s home.  There will be a cookout starting at 5:00 pm followed by a bonfire and a night of game competition.  If you have any questions, please contact Dick Altman or John Dudley.

 

New Men’s Bible Study

A new Men’s Bible Study will start January 31 from 7:00-8:30pm here at the church.  We will be going through the book “Knowing God” by J.I. Packer.

This book has become a classic of the Christian faith. Why? While it gives us information about God with clarity and grace, it does much more—it aids us in actually knowing him, in building our relationship with him, and helps draw us closer to him in love and worship.

If you are interested in attending, please see John Dudley to purchase a book ($12.00 each).

 

New Men’s Bible Study

Ten Men of the Bible

A new Men’s Bible Study will start September 20, at 7:00pm here at the church.  We will be going through the book “Ten Men of the Bible: How God Used Imperfect People to Change the World” by Max Lucado.  The men depicted in the Bible were not perfect by any means.  We find story after story marked by scandal, failure, and intrigue.  Yet we also find many stories of men who were able to look beyond their circumstances, completely trust in the Lord, and follow Him wherever He chose to lead them.  Like us, these men made both good and bad decisions along the way—and experienced both good and bad consequences—and we find our struggles and hopes in the pages of the Bible that tells their stories.  In this 10-session workbook, Max Lucado tells some of his favorite stories of these men in the Bible.  Please see John Dudley if you would like a book.