Men's Group Bible Study.

Written by Brady Kuenning on . Posted in Men's Ministry

Every Tuesday night a group of men gather together at Mark Keller's house to share their lives, laughter, and love of God's word.  Over the years these simple gatherings have been times of great growth, friendship, help, strength and unity.  God has given men great callings in life and we need good, practice, and encouraging ways to grow strong, moral, and confident men ready for His work.

Men's Retreat ‘08

Written by Brady Kuenning on . Posted in Men's Ministry

mens retreat 2008The Men's Retreat takes place October 3-4 at Birchwood Camp.

The theme for the weekend is "Friendship Evangelism" featuring guest speaker Jack English from Fayetteville, Arkansas.

The cost for the weekend is only $10. You must register by  September 28. Complete details are available in the registration form.

Men of all ages, including young men 9th grade and up, are encouraged to attend this fun-filled, spiritually-minded weekend.

For those that choose to spend the night, the camp features heated cabins furnished with beds. Hot showers are also available.

2010 Men's Retreat

Written by Robert Kuenning on . Posted in Men's Ministry

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On October 1st & 2nd, 2010, the Anchorage church of Christ will be hosting this year's Men's Retreat. The retreat will again be held at Birchwood Camp  in Chugiak.   The speaker this year will be Sam Jones from Freed-Hardeman Universtiy.  Plan now to attend this time of good Bible study, personal growth, brotherly fellowship.  We need to encourage and grow good events for Christian men.

Men Sharpening Men

Written by Bill Williams on . Posted in Men's Ministry

In Acts 2:44-47, we read of the things the early church did in their daily lives: gave as any had need, meeting at the temple, eating at each others houses, praising God and having a positive influence on the community. These actions were taking place daily, and the result, "the Lord was adding to their number day by day those who were being saved."

There is a direct correlation between the time spent with one another and the growth of the church. We see verses like Galatians 6:2 which says, "Bear one anothers burdens and thereby fulfill the law of Christ", and assume that the role we play with one another is of counseling and dealing with problems. This is not the extent of our relationships. We are family and as family, we should have a desire to set aside time to spend with our brethren, to develop friendships and get to know one another. How sad is it when a Christian's best friends are all non-believers? How strong can that Christian become?

Christianity is our lives but we must intermingle our lives together so that when a time of need arises, there will be a basis of trust to build on. How can you share the innermost burdens of your heart with people you do not even know?

My challenge to men is to form relationships with other men based on God, but formed from time spent together. In Ecclesiastes 4:12b, it is found, "a cord of three strands is not quickly torn apart." We are stronger when we develop relationships with one another by spending time together.

Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor;"
Romans 12:10