Mens MinistryGodly men leading for Christ
The foundation of the Christian Home is Christ. The Leader of the Christian Home is the father of that home who should have a strong foundation in Christ. In a time where society is bent on destroying manhood and the Church has done little to strengthen men, it is imperative that we change this trend. Men must be strong in the Lord and teach their families in the ways of the Lord. Deuteronomy 6:6-10.
Me and My House
Scripture is full of examples of men who blew it at home and our current culture seems to be willfully and maliciously destroying the home. Many of those who failed their families were good and Godly Men themselves, like Eli or Samuel, but they blew it with their kids.
This really shouldn’t come as a surprise when we consider that the family was one of the first institutions God ever created and that from the onset Satan has been attempting to destroy whatever God has put into place.
“Me and My House” is a part of our Men’s Ministry designed to encourage Dad’s to be the Spiritual Leader of their homes. Joshua told Israel near the end of his life, “Choose you this day whom you will serve but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” (Joshua 24:15) Serving the Lord was a lifelong commitment for Joshua and it should be for every man that knows the Lord.
The “Me and My House” portion of our Kuna Baptist Church’s Men’s Ministries will focus on equipping Dad’s to be the Spiritual Leader of their home and getting resources in their hands that will assist them on this journey.
Proverbs 27:17 says, “Iron sharpens Iron, so on man sharpens another.” “Iron Men” is one aspect of Kuna Baptist Church’s Men’s Ministry. At Kuna Baptist Church we desire for each man to be able to “give an answer for the hope that lies within them.” (1 Peter 3:15) Those who choose to be involved should desire to hone one another through ongoing interaction with the Word of God and the Study of theological matters.
Iron Men events are designed to strengthen one another in our understanding of God’s Word and theological subjects and then be able to properly apply the truth we learn correctly in our lives. These events are not designed for the non-believer or those young in the faith (though they are welcome to participate if the choose).
“Iron Men” events will involve studying in advance a selected book or passage from the bible or a particular theological topic. The individual participants will be asked to commit themselves to come prepared to discuss the topic or passage on hand.
9:30 a.m. – Sunday School
10:45 a.m. – Church Service
6:00 p.m. – Evening Service
7:00pm – Prayer and Bible Study
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – AWANA Clubs
1:00 pm – Ladies Fellowship