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The Case for a Men’s Discipleship Program

By Patrick Morley, Man in the Mirror. If you have 100 men in your church, what is the size of your men’s discipleship ministry? The correct answer is 100. A dozen white haired men having breakfast together once a month and six guys in a Bible study on Wednesday morning are good. But that leaves 82 men unaccounted for. You’re setting those men up to lose the battle.

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A Healthy Church – A Layman’s Letter to His Pastor

by Patrick Morley, Man in the Mirror. A Layman’s Letter to his Pastor…Dear Pastor, As I was sitting in church on Sunday, I decided to write you this letter. When the service began, this is what I found myself thinking…

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Why have a men’s ministry?

Here are some hard facts, practical benefts and a Biblical apologetic for why churches should make discipling men a priority. Read more…

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Why is it so difficult to get men to attend men’s ministry events?

Why is it so difficult to get men to attend men’s ministry events? A. Nearly all of the subgroups in the church (children, teens, college kids, singles, women, seniors) are strongly motivated to come to church events because they want to be with their friends. Men are not. Therefore, they don’t show up … Continued

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Why is it that a successful men’s event or ministry in my church is so often followed by a total loss of momentum?

Because men’s ministry is so difficult, successful events don’t automatically lead to success in subsequent events or ministries. The success of events is only maximized when they are fit into an overall strategy that meets the needs of men and moves them down the path of discipleship.