Men’s Ministry

SBC's Men's Ministry is about creating opportunities for men to build Christ-centered relationships. It's about people. It's about helping men build loving, encouraging relationships with other people and with God. Men have an important role in the church and are called by God to strive for lives defined by integrity, intimacy, and intentionality.

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Men's Small Groups

Our men's ministry is heavily invested in making disciples. It is what we are commanded to do. One avenue of making disciples is providing an atmosphere for Kingdom building through small groups.

Men's Discipleship begins on Wednesday, January 19 at 6:15pm.  Discussion of the booklet, Ten Disciplines of a Godly Man will be led by Bob Melton.

If you are interested in getting plugged into a Men's Small group, call the church office at (502)722-5246

Men's Ministry Plan

  • Relational Community (Matthew 18:20) - Provide organized settings that allow men to naturally connect, form friendships, and offer a safe environment where men can face and process real life issues.
  • Personal Spiritual Practices (1 Corinthians 11:1) - Provide accountability opportunities so men increasingly take responsibility for their personal spiritual life and get rid of the blinders that keep them from becoming the most useful possible man for God.
  • Influencing Another Person’s Life (Matthews 28:19-20) - Provide outreach efforts so men develop an appetite to see lives transformed and are consumed with making disciples.

SBC Men’s Ministry Action Steps

1A. Intentionally discover men’s spiritual gifts and connect them into serving opportunities.

1B. Minister to men through community men’s events (golf, Wed class, 1st Saturday breakfast, mission trips & opportunities), projects, resources, devotionals, etc.

2A. Create a “Try It” atmostphere by adopting different SIMPly Love projects through the year as a way to sample different serving opportunities in our community.

2B. Introduce a 5/5 Covenant (Addendum “A”) to create intentionality and opportunity to experience faith outside the church.

2C. Offer specific classes (for example, 3 Circles training) to build faith and boldness.

3A. Intentional apprenticing by mentoring new Christians.

3B. Have 4-6 gospel conversations a year by partnering with ministries like (for example) a drug rehabilitation home where people are uncritical spirits, have hungry hearts and listening ears for the promise of salvation and redemption.

3C. Quarterly share stories of radically changing lives (pulpit, newsletter, etc).