Men’s Ministries

Ministering to the Never-Married Single Adult

By Walter Wood. They represent the majority of the single-adult population in churches with over 500 people. They also represent the most energetic and available source of ministry in the church in America today. They usually have more energy and less responsibility than any other adult group in the church. A church that fails to aggressively minister to its singles and fails to strategically seek to reach unchurched singles is missing an opportunity and a significant responsibility.

Developing a Christian Mind

Obviously education is aimed at people. It is doing something to them and with them in such a way that certain things will result – knowledge, skills and values. If the PCA is going to have the long-range impact on the world that I believe God wants us to have, we not only have to call men to faith in Christ and repentance of sin, but we also have to be discipled to have a Christian mind.

Mission Accomplished? When? How?

By Sidney Anderson. You just don’t wake up one morning in a village of the Tiv Tribe of Nigeria by accident! It was the fulfillment of years of planning and waiting for the Lord’s leading. The numbers are not the main category, but have you ever been to a Christian event attended by 30,000 people? I have. It is breathtaking! Especially when you realize that the devil has had this entire tribe in his clutches for hundreds of years.

Eyeglasses and a College Education: The Significance of a Christian World View

By Dr. Donovan Graham. Living by the wrong world view is the same as putting on the wrong eyeglasses; it can lead to disaster. Faculty members who teach students at the college level are either God’s agents seeking to grind lenses that will enable students to see the world truthfully, or they are agents of the enemy seeking to grind lenses that will lead to distortion.

Church Planting as a Key Missions Strategy

By J. Philip Clark. We have had – in our brief existence – some success in planting congregations at points of need. While we will not depreciate our strategic planning, success is in some measure due to godly church members moving with the population shift, finding no satisfactory church in the new location, and calling for help to establish a church in their new neighborhood.