Men’s Ministry Suggestions from Dr. Jeff Iorg

Last year’s speaker for MMR 2017 was Dr. Jeff Iorg. He has a book titled, The Case for Antioch: A Biblical Model for a Transformational Church. The main goal of the book is to encourage churches with a case study of the church in Antioch, a place where Christian churches saw many significant firsts, and … Continue reading Men’s Ministry Suggestions from Dr. Jeff Iorg

Evaluations Welcome

    MMR 2017 is in the books. If you were present this year I would like to invite you to give a word or two of evaluation.  You can do so by sending me an email (fbcftmojaveaz@ctaz.com) or by leaving a comment down below. When you so do you can comment on the normal … Continue reading Evaluations Welcome

Creating the Best Retreat Experience

Today let me give you some advice on how to help your guys have the best experience. Setting the Best Goal for Your Experience I believe the goal you should set for the retreat is team building, creating a solid, functioning group. It is true that some of your men might make initial commitments for … Continue reading Creating the Best Retreat Experience

Teambuilding at the Retreat

One of the best parts of attending a men’s retreat is the teambuilding that can be accomplished as a result of the event. So let me encourage you to get the most out of the event, by giving you seven hints for teambuilding as you attend the retreat.   Bring the right people The truth … Continue reading Teambuilding at the Retreat

Of Bungees and Biceps

This past week a small group of people from my church went to help a church start in another town. They were bridge-building in the community by volunteering at a school event. After a very long day watching kids ride a bungee/trampoline amusement ride, I wanted to try it. I was surprised how easy it … Continue reading Of Bungees and Biceps