The purpose of the Ministry to Men (MIIM) is to glorify God and support the mission of Calvary Bible Church in making disciples of Jesus, who walk with God, and live in step with the Holy Spirit. To that end, MIIM strives to produce believers who live the Word in all areas of life and contribute to the work that God is doing in the local church. Ultimately, the goal of this ministry is to develop men who impact the world and are prepared and eager to spread the good news of Christ to others, beginning at home.
MEN’S SATURDAY FELLOWSHIP
First and Third Saturday of each month we meet at the church for breakfast, fellowship, and a Bible study followed by discussion in small groups. Opportunities for men to grow in the “how to’s” of their faith include:
Men’s Saturday fellowship – A safe place to hang out, encourage, and invest in other men through Bible study, prayer, scripture memory.
MEN’S SPECIAL EVENTS
MIIM has monthly events intended to build a sense of community and to encourage men establish discipleship relationships with other men.
Each year MIIM either participates in a men’s conference or hosts one at our church. We seek to use these times to address important issues that will help encourage and guide our men into lives of godliness.
Ways you can serve
Leadership/Planning Team – Helping to plan and organize MIIM events and programs and carry out our purpose.
Communication/Technology/Publicity – Helping to promote and communicate on matters such as ministry events and opportunities; updates regarding activities and programs; and prayer requests.
Hospitality/Food Prep – welcome guests, oversee nametags & registration at MIIM events; plan & help prepare food/serving for events such as Saturday morning MSF breakfast, MIIM BBQ, and other events that involve public relations and/or food service.
Music/Worship – planning, organizing, and/or participating in music and worship (vocal/instrumental/soundboard) at MIIM events and activities such as retreats and conferences.
Teaching/Facilitating – For CBC members interested in cultivating inclinations toward teaching/facilitating discussion in group studies, and one2one discipleship environments. (training & materials are available)
*The desire of the MIIM is that no one is overly burdened or extended in their service to the Body.
MEN’S MINISTRY TEAM LEADER