The Men’s Ministry of The Moody Church seeks to help men live out the image of God in all areas of their lives by connecting with God and with other men. Our core program, Men’s Fraternity, gives us a definition of manhood from which to work, and a road on which to walk. Men’s Prayer and Praise gives men a forum to encourage and uphold one another. Our other events – including Golf Outings, Prayer Nights and Fun Nights – all exist to connect men with one another and with God.
To register for our Thursday morning class, Power of a Pure Heart, click here. Find more details about the class below.
Leadership: Pastor Charles Butler
Core Programs for Men's Fellowship
The Power of a Pure Heart
Each man has a God-given purpose. Some of us are aware of it, some of us are still searching for it. Wherever you fall on that continuum, sexual distractions war against our efforts to pursue purpose. The daily bombardment affects our spirits and our physiology, but there is an effective plan to obtain and maintain the power of a pure heart in the midst of it all. It takes work, but it’s worth it.
16 weeks, $20 for the notebook.
We meet Thursday mornings 6:00-7:30AM in Clarkview (Room 107/108). Hot breakfast and fresh coffee provided.
Precept Bible studies establish people in the Word of God by discovering truth for themselves using the Inductive Bible Study Method, resulting in a changed life for Christ.
Our men’s classes, led by Joseph Carré, meet Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:00pm in Room 305. Join us and experience spiritual growth and fellowship as we study the Bible together.
For current class offerings and information on all of our Precept Bible Studies, click here.
Saturday mornings @ 7:30AM in room 103.
King Solomon once said, “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.” This gathering is an uncomplicated time of encouragement from God’s Word, sharing our journey, and encouraging one another in prayer. Brothers stand with other brothers through the seasons of life, each helping the other stay true to the calling to be men of God. The coffee is good, the company is better.