Leaders, one thing we often are asked in regards to training, event and resources for women is,

“What do you have for men? We want our men’s ministry to grow as well.”

First thing to consider is this: you can’t do men’s ministry the way you do women’s ministry. It’s just not the same. But, that doesn’t mean it’s not just as important to find ways to connect with and help men grow spiritually.

I want you to know and take a look at some great resources for men. In particular notice The Main Event. This is a men’s event with a great line up of speakers who know how to connect with men. They’ll be hearing from Dr. Tony Evans, Willie Roberson of Duck Dynasty, Coach Bobby Bowden, and many more influential men.

Also notice on the front end of The Main Event is a men’s ministry leadership training. Be sure to let your men’s leadership know about this!

Women’s leaders can’t say there’s nothing for the men anymore!

Main Event Men

Comments

  1. Bonnie Horne says:

    Our Connect Women’s Ministry has an effective tool that I would like to share. We all like to be kept “in the loop” so we started a Google group (Yahoo has groups also) that we refer to as The Loop. There are only a few rules, postings are not to contain jokes, chain mail, cute pictures, etc. It is voluntary to be on The Loop and you can be taken off at any time. The posts can contain prayer requests, praise offerings, promoting a women’s event, help with anything, things like going for a walk on Saturday who wants to join me, going to the movies anyone interested in joining me, job postings, or free couch/console/table,. We find it a useful tool to keep our women connected. As many have smart phones and receive it immediately, it is wonderful to know that if you have a prayer request many women will stop a moment and say a prayer. If you want to know more, do not hesitate to contact me and I will put you in touch with our Loop coordinator who can tell you more about how to set it up.

  2. Chris Adams says:

    Great idea, Bonnie, thanks so much for sharing this idea for communicating with your women’s groups, or really any group. My women’s small group has a facebook page that is private so we can add prayer requests, etc. Keep sharing ideas leaders!

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