“Helping each man discover Christ’s Unique mission for his life by partnering with him as he PURSUES his relationship with God, ENGAGES in spiritual friendships and CONFRONTS the needs of his community”
“But you, man of God, flee from all this, and pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness. Fight the good fight of faith.”
1 Timothy 6:11
A small group is a gathering, usually 6-12 men, who meet to offer mutual acceptance, support for one another’s goals, and encouragement for life’s challenges. They may discuss the Bible, or books with spiritual focus to discover truths for their own lives.
Most of the Men’s groups meet at the church while others meet at homes. Most groups are 12 weeks in length and are open to men ages 19 and older.
If you sometimes wonder why you’re here, would like to know more about prayer, how to read the Bible, or live your faith day to day, a small group may be useful. In a small group, it’s OK to talk about all of these things with others who are on a similar journey. The chances are that in listening you’ll find out who you really are, learn more about who God is, and discover resources that will energize your life.
CURRENT GROUPS AVAILABLE:
Teen to Godly Man
By Robert Lewis
This is a 6 session group that will meet to pursue God’s vision for manhood. It is a great opportunity for dads and their teenaged sons to grow together, and for those teenaged guys looking to benefit from older male role models. Open to all young men looking for male role models. Attendees must be 15 years old to participate.
This small group starts on Thursday, May 2nd at 6:30-8 p.m. in Room 4 (upstairs in the Main Office building), and ends on June 6th.
A Special Ceremony will be on Sunday, June 16th in Room 4 for those that complete the series.
Cost is $15 per person for supplies & the special ceremony event.
To sign up for the “Teen to Godly Man” study CLICK HERE, or sign up at the Welcome Center in the Main Lobby at The Crossing during Sunday services.
Winning at Work & Home
By Robert Lewis
Winning at Work and Home is a 16-session study that focuses on the two areas that are central to a man’s life: his career and his family. This journey builds the walls of manhood by dealing with such topics as understanding women, marriage, dating, conflict, money, parenting and the world of work. The curriculum also comes with a host of practical applications.
This small group starts on Sunday, May 19th at 4-5:30 p.m. in the Conference Room (upstairs in the Main Office building).
Textbook cost is $10.
To sign up for the “Winning at Work & Home” study, CLICK HERE.
Colossians and Philemon Study
By John MacArthur
Colossians focuses on Jesus Christ, presenting Him as the ultimate answer to any problem. And Philemon highlights forgiveness, illustrating the power and freedom of forgiving others. Join John MacArthur as he explains each verse in a way that is both doctrinally precise and intensely practical.
This small group starts on Monday, May 6th at 6:30-8 p.m. in Room 5 (upstairs in the Main Office building).
Textbook cost is $10.
To sign up for the “Colossians and Philemons” study, CLICK HERE.
I & II Thessalonians Study
To sign up for the “I & II Thessalonians” small group, CLICK HERE.
By: Chuck Missler
The book of Ezekiel contains some of the most incredible prophecies in the Bible, including detailed description of a Nuclear War and the cleanup afterward. Ezekiel ministered to a nation experiencing judgment for their sins, and may have some lessons for us today. Ezekiel’s name means “God strengthens, or God will strengthen.” Ezekiel is one of the three that were called Captivity Prophets (the other two are Jeremiah and Daniel). Ezekiel never mentions Jeremiah in his writings, but he does mention Daniel three times.
“The Book of Ezekiel” small group meets on Wednesdays at 9-10:30 am on campus.
There is not a book fee, however donations for the study are accepted during class.
To sign up for “The Book of Ezekiel,” CLICK HERE.
Written by Dr. Tim Elmore
HABITUDES captures the art of self-leadership. We must lead ourselves before we try to lead anyone else. This study will cover character issues like discipline, emotional security, integrity checks, self-esteem, relationships, personal growth, and more.
This small group meets on Tuesday mornings at 6:30-8 a.m. in Room 105 & 106 (downstairs in the Main Office building).
Textbook cost is $12.
To sign up for the “Habitudes” small group, CLICK HERE.
This is a team of men who are willing to volunteer their time to serve individuals or families within our church in various capacities. All are welcome to be a part of the Serve Op Team, whether you have a skilled trade like electrical, plumbing, construction, painting, or you just want to lend a helping hand. The only requirement is a willingness to serve!
How to get involved:
- Fill out the Serve Op Interest Form by CLICKING HERE, and we will keep you posted of upcoming serve opportunities by email. Thank you for your willingness to serve others!
Meets on the second Saturday of every month at 8:00-10 a.m. in The Venue at The Crossing.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast, and hear from a different guest speaker each month. Men’s Breakfast is a great opportunity to connect and grow spiritually with other men at The Crossing. Breakfast is free, however small donations are accepted.
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Here are the dates of our upcoming Men’s Breakfast events:
Saturday, June 8th
Saturday, July 13th
Saturday, August 10th
Saturday, September 14th
Saturday, October 12th
There will not be a Men’s Breakfast event in November, 2013 due to the Men’s Retreat 2013 event on November 8th, 9th, & 10th.
Saturday, December 14th
If you are searching for spiritual growth, and opportunities to serve, or looking to fellowship with other Christian men. Take the next step. CLICK HERE to fill out our Men’s Ministry interest form.
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