Men’s Discipleship exists to “equip and train men to love God, sharpen one another, lead their families, and serve their communities” in support of our shared mission “to spread a passion for the supremacy of God in all things for the joy of all peoples through Jesus Christ”.
Sundays, 11am, Room C400
This Bible study will seek to train men to use a variety of Bible study methods so that they have greater confidence in their daily devotions and in leading their family spiritually. Each week this workshop will explore a topic covered in Elder Andy Naselli's How to Understand and Apply the New Testament, followed by an opportunity for application from a Bible passage.
Various Days & Times, Details to Come
One of the goals of our Men’s Discipleship ministry is men sharpening one another. And for that, men need opportunities to connect and interact together. The vision for LOAFs is to encourage and facilitate creation of activities that men enjoy for the purpose of connecting, encouraging, and edifying. These will include outdoor activities (summer is a great time for these), sports activities, skills workshops, and even service opportunities.
Fridays, 6:45–8am, Edwards Conference Room
Men, join us any Friday morning for fellowship and our study on the Gospel of John. For more information or to sign up to meet via Zoom, contact John Neibergall at 651-308-9052.
Offered Monthly Throughout the Summer
As we prepare for our first Intentional Discipleship cohort this fall, we will offer mentor training for those who have applied to disciple other brothers at North Campus. Each training session will lay the foundation of our Men’s Discipleship goals along with the focus on skills helpful in a discipleship context. To apply to become a mentor, click here.
We need many more small group leaders. If you are interested, please contact Pastor Sam Crabtree, 612-455-0800 x803.
Pastor for Small Groups