All men are invited to a time of fellowship and prayer, 7:30 – 9:30 am on the first and third Saturdays of each month, we meet in the church library.
Men’s Ministry at THBC is done in service for the Lord first and foremost,
What does the Lord want to see happen in a man’s life? We need to rise up and become leaders that will help and encourage a deep relationship with our Father. (1 Thessalonians 2:13)
God’s man learns how to apply God’s Word to all areas of his life. This type of conversation about applying the Word happens all the time within the group and we allow the scripture through the Holy Spirit lead us in that walk.
Everyone has such an important role in our growth as men and we recognize we are different in many ways so encouragement, listening, sharing, compassion, serving and praying for one another is vital in our walk. It is also essential to allow room for accountability within the men’s ministry for the purpose of consistency and obedience to God’s Word (James 1:22-25; Ezekiel 33:30-32).
What do you think? What are we searching for? What is our commission? Is it something you need or something you can offer, or better yet both.
Come and join us to see what the group is about. All men are invited to a time of fellowship and prayer, 7:30 – 9:30 am on the first and third Saturday each month, we meet in the church library.
This ministry was born out of a desire for men to connect, have fun together, and go deeper than normal, everyday conversations allow. Meeting bi-monthly, we host a variety of events for men of all ages, such as: game nights, a Mother’s Day “Father and Son” craft, kayak trip, open gym, and more. We truly have something for everyone. Whether you’re from THBC or not, these events will surely encourage you as you build relationships with the other men and grow in your walk with Christ through meaningful conversation. If you have further questions on this ministry, please see Kevin Proctor or Billy Shepardson.
This Guy’s Night Out we will take a canoe/kayak trip down the beautiful Manistee river.
We will leave from Church right after morning service, launching at the 131 roadside park and picking up at Baxter Bridge. The trip should take 4-5 hours.
We will end the trip with a cookout at Jeremy and Jackie Woods’ house.
This will be a time of fun, fellowship and adventure, geared towards bringing us closer to each other and to God.
If you have extra canoes or kayaks that you don’t mind loaning out, please let us know.
Sign up at the Welcome Center or on our Guys Night Out Facebook group.
The Men’s Ministry is also involved in doing service projects as opportunity arises.