Fellowship Men’s Ministry Mission Statement:
Fellowship Men’s Ministry invites other men to join in God’s story, equipping them and walking with them to become disciples of Jesus Christ.
Fathers and their sons, grades K-12, are invited to the woods on Friday evening and Saturday, Sept 13-14, for the Father Son Camp Out. Escape the crazy of life and enjoy fishing, campfires, games, and the quiet of nature for just a little while. For more information and to register, click here. For questions email email@example.com, or call Rick Kear at 501-470-5754. Registration deadline is September 8.
Men’s Muster 2020
Early Bird Sign-up has begun! Men, mark your calendar (April 17-19, 2020) and get onboard now to save money on your Muster registration. Muster is where the men of Fellowship take a weekend to focus on the Lord with other men. Too often, men neglect any additional care for their spiritual life to the detriment of those around them. During the weekend at Shepherd of the Ozarks, men will get Truth, discuss life, and connect with other men. This year’s theme is "Back to Basics - Do you understand who you are in Christ?" A common struggle for men is to find their worth by adding additional baggage to their identity beyond who they are in Christ. This weekend we will unload all the extras and be reminded of who we are in Christ. Click here to register for the Early Bird special.
Our Goals for this ministry year:
To foster closer relationships with God and each other
By providing equipping classes for the development of Biblical manhood.
By providing opportunity and encouragement to engage with one another at a Proverbs 27:17 level and beyond.
By partnering with home church leadership to encourage this level of engagement within home churches.
To encourage and equip men to be actively engaged in disciple-making relationships
By emphasizing the importance of and call to disciple making
By emphasizing the priority of discipleship of our children
By providing practical discipleship teaching at Saturday morning breakfasts.
To mobilize people to meet the physical needs of members of the church and community
By developing a structure through which needs can be communicated and matched to people who can meet them.
By investigating the feasibility of creating a disaster response team.