Probably, all of them. There is no “key” program to copy. We’ve heard that the following resources have been used effectively in men’s ministry in the PCA
Follow a proven strategy for the church of the 21st century to disciple men This strategy is fully explained in the book, No Man Left Behind, written by three PCA authors, Pat Morley, David Delk, and Brett Clemmer. Here is a rough overview of the strategy
In order to have a sustainable men’s ministry in a PCA church, one must have a supportive pastor and session. Read the “right” way to get them on board and provide the leadership necessary to move the idea of ministry to men to reality.
Practical and proven advice on how to choose, equip and cast a vision for a leadership team for men’s ministry.
Real and felt needs identified. True discipleship is not behavior modification; it is heart transformation. It is not piling more discipleship tasks on the tired backs of men; it is leading them to the feet of Christ. The root need of every man is the gospel of grace deeply taking root in his soul.
Recognize that each of your men can be placed on a continuum of male connection in your church that might look like this: —Know No one—–Acquaintances—-Friends—Brothers—-
How can I be better equipped for men’s ministry? A. Sign Up for Get In the Game–the PCA E-letter on Men’s Ministry B. Take the 15 minute Man in the Mirror On-line training course (click here http://www.maninthemirror.org/. C. Read and study No Man Left Behind. (order from PCA … Continued
Nothing will ever take the place of one-on-one discipleship, and this article will not attempt to prove otherwise. Right now, I want you to just dream about what lies ahead for training in the future, the near future.
From the beginning, the PCA has had things that have made it special; and I have had hopes that our denomination would set the tone for others to follow: It has been my positive experience to see the PCA grow from its small roots in mainly the southeastern part of the country to a church that has spread all over North America… The PCA has not only had unity of commitment to the Sovereign Lord, His Word, and His church, reflected by a common confessional commitment, but it has had diversity within that framework.
A weekend retreat or a Saturday morning seminar is a powerful tool in the hands of the Holy Spirit to grow men to new levels of surrender and commitment to Christ. at a camp called Hilltop, I faced the most important decision of my life. I had just been challenged to fully devote my life to Jesus Christ.