Monthly Men's Breakfast - Saturday, May 15 @ 8am
Life sometimes feels like walking through an impenetrable forest of issues, struggles, difficulties, interruptions, and distractions. Everything seems to be hindering forward progress. And sometimes the issues of life are so tangled that you can't even tell if you are headed in the right direction.
Well, if you feel that way, you are not alone. Most men are feeling things like that. The answer is not to work hard - to push on through the tangles of life. There is a pathway that leads to the life God created you for. Finding the right path through the forest of our lives may not make the journey easy, but it will be easier and it will result in a life worth living. And as men, God has called us to lead others to the abundant life Jesus promised.
Come to the Monthly Men's Breakfast as we explore this topic in a practical and life-altering way. This is a time of good food, great fellowship, and a teaching that should help us all to grow in our faith.
The Monthly Men's Breakfast usually happens on the third Saturday of every month. Go to the Upcoming Events Calendar to confirm when the next one is happening.
Pastor Rick Lancaster will be sharing a special message for the men.
Come and invite another man to come with you.
The Men's Breakfast will be at the church. Click the map for directions.
The cost is $10 per man. All men are welcome!
Proceeds go to fund Men's Ministry events.
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Most Recent Message
Rick Lancaster - June 19, 2021
Being a Gatekeeper! 1 Chronicles 9:19-27
Scripture References: 1 Chronicles 9:19-27
From Series: "Pathfinder: Leading this generation into true manhood!"
Pathfinders is a series of messages for men. The world around us is changing rapidly and not for the better. Men are struggling to find their way. A forest of issues and challenges has grown up around them and there does not appear to be a clear path out. And because men are the way they are, they might not even realize they are lost in that forest and, even if they do realize it, they may not ask for help.