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Join us in Praying for the MCC Men's Ministry

  1. There are several men in discipling relationships together with other men. We want to see more men in these kinds of relationships, helping one another to become men of God. Consider who you might partner with if not already doing this. We all need the time and desire to make this a priority.
  2. There are men meeting in Bible studies and prayer groups in several venues. Consider joining in a men’s group if not already in one. If you don’t know of a group, consider starting one. We need more power in our lives. We need to be exhorting one another, and so much the more as we see the Day approaching.
  3. The Shield prayer ministry is actively supporting our law enforcement officers and first responders. We need to be men of faith as we bind Satan and loose the chains of brokenness in our communities. Consider praying for other men or these men. Pray in the Spirit.
  4. We are seated together in the heavenlies in Christ. Now we need to stand against the wiles of the devil. Taking up the armor of God we will stand in the evil day. God help the men of MCC to be strong and courageous for the LORD is with us wherever we go.

New Men's Community Study

Start the new year off with spiritual stimulation! We’ll have a men’s community study beginning January 10th based on More than a Carpenter by Josh and Sean McDowell. The study will run concurrently with the Women’s Community Bible Study Wednesday mornings at 9:15am. Follow the story of skeptic Josh as he travels from antagonism toward Christianity and from research to disprove the claims of Jesus Christ to his discovery that Jesus truly was the God he claimed to be. 

The study will address fundamental questions of Christian life. Can I be spiritual without believing in God? How can I make sure that my life counts for something?  Contact Jim Arzigian for more information or to indicate that you plan to attend.  Invite your friends, especially non-believers; this could change their lives. 

Men's Sunday Evening Prayer Group

Our men's prayer group meets on Sunday evenings at 7:00 pm in the library. Join us as we lift up each other, our families, and our community.  Contact Drew Wickline for more information.

Bible Study Fellowship

Bible Study Fellowship is began a 30 week study of Romans in September. 

Bible Study Fellowship is an in-depth, international Bible study that helps people know God and equips them to effectively serve the Church throughout the world. 

With over 1,000 classes throughout the world, BSF strives to produce in all participants a vibrant relationship with God, magnifying Him and maturing His people. In the book of Romans, we will look at the nature of sin, the glory of salvation, how God transforms us to be what He designed us to be, and the joy of serving Him.

The BSF group that meets at MCC includes men from a number of churches in the East Mountains and from many walks of life. Some have very little biblical background and others are well versed, but all grow in knowledge of God and His word. The study involves daily lesson questions from Scripture followed by discussion of your insights with members of your group and listening to teaching that explains what you studied and shared during the class meeting. Finally, additional insight is gained by reading lesson notes that further elaborate on the same Scripture passage.

Men who want know God and His word better are welcome to attend.

For more information, or to get involved, contact Tom Young.

Saturday Morning Men's Group

MCC's Saturday morning men's group meets at 7 a.m. at the Willadsen Man Cave. The group meets for prayer, hymn singing, breakfast, and discussion of a spiritual topic. While the content of the study changes regularly, the goal is first and foremost to know God. The group has studied the Navigator discipleship series, Soul Keeping by John Ortberg, as well as many others. This small group has both new and old members and always has an empty seat for another man seeking to be a godly man. For more information contact Chris Willadsen.