Men's Ministry

And what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, entrust to reliable men who will be able to teach others also.      2 Timothy 2:2

We are evolving from a men's ministry to a ministry for all men. We are actively involved in creating an environment where men meet to share their experiences, learn from each other and apply biblical principles as we lead in our home, workplaces and church. We want to attract men of all ages as we believe God wants us to raise the standard and transform our community. We do this by hosting events, activities and integrating with other church wide ministries.

Purpose of Our Group

Equip men of all ages to be godly leaders who apply biblical principles in their day to day lives. We are All Men, All in and we believe God wants us to raise the standard and transform our community. 2 Timothy 2:2

Discipleship/Mentoring 

Discipleship is the developing of a believer in faith in Jesus Christ, and maturing in his Christian walk. Mentoring is the training up of another and sharing from all aspects of your life to enhance and better those that are being mentored. We need men to help us accomplish the tough course ahead. Every man needs his friend. Do you have yours?

 
 

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Brian Carroll                         Bob Moschetta

Equipping Pastor                 Men's Ministry Director

           

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Men's Upcoming Events

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All men are invited to attend the Men's Ministry Wednesday Night Study on Relationships (including Relationships with God, self, spouse, neighbors, etc).  The study is from 6:30PM - 8:30PM on Wednesday evenings or 6:00AM - 7:30AM on Thursday mornings in the Chapel. CBC Pastors will be guest speakers for many of the nights. 

Week One - Relationship To God Week One Slides

Week Two - Relationship To Self Week Two Slides

Week Three - Relationship To Spouse Week Three Slides

Week Four - Relationship To Children Week Four Slides

Week Five - Relationship To Neighbors Week Five Slides

Week Six - Relationship To Government Week Six Slides

Week Seven - Relationship To Friends Week Seven Slides

Under the Cover of Light features retired Air Force Colonel Jerry Curtis, a former POW who survived more than seven years of captivity in North Viet Nam. He tells how through faith and God’s grace he endured such a prolonged period of torture, disease, and deprivation.

Useful links to help you along your spiritual journey

 

storiesofhope

Brothers, come and hear the men of our church speak on how the Lord has placed experiences in their life that relate to the Stories of Hope for that week. Each meeting begins at 7:30PM and should last about 45 minutes.

Click Here for the Zoom Link - Meeting ID: 881 5052 4672 - Password: 024641

Week 1 - May 27 - Luke 5:17-26 - Jesus Heals Paralytic Man Lowered from Roof

Week 2 - June 3 - Luke 7:36-50 - Jesus Anointed by Sinful Women

Week 3 - June 10 - Matthew 18:21-35 - Parable of the Unmerciful Servant

Week 4  - June 17 - Luke 10:25-37 - Parable of the Good Samaritan

Week 5 - June 24 - Luke 15:11-32 - Parable of the Lost Son (Prodigal Son)

Week 6 - July 1 - Luke 18:9-14 - Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector

Week 7 - July 8 - Luke 19:1-10 - Zacchaeus the Tax Collector

Click Here for more information on the days of the week for each GROW group, start times, team leaders and how to join a Men's GROW Group.

 

restrestore

The four Rest & Restore sessions are available for your individual or group study.

Rest and Restore - Session 1 - Lingering with Jesus - Click Here - Slides - Click Here

Rest and Restore - Session 2 - Who am I? - Click Here - Slides - Click Here

Rest and Restore - Session 3 - How to Abide in Jesus - Click Here - Slides - Click Here

Rest and Restore - Session 4 - Your Control or His Control? - Click Here - Slides - Click Here

 

 

The 4th QTR Huddle hosted a COVID-19 webinar on Saturday May 9, 2020 with Dr. Eugene Boisaubin, the former host of an “ask the doctor” call-in program on KPRC AM radio and a professor of internal medicine at the University of Texas medical school here in Houston. 

Dr. Boisaubin  provided a succinct assessment of Covid-19 trends in our area and offered helpful tips you will want to consider as our community slowly begins to reopen.  Click Here to see the recorded video.