We are a Company of Men
The heart of the BC Men’s Ministry is to build deep friendships and a church family where we become disciples, passionate about being followers of Jesus in every area of our lives.
This is an organic effort. It is less formal but in many ways more powerful.
We are not perfect and shy away from performance mentality. Yet we do perform. We are the backbone of our church body. Our men have diverse expressions. There are young men among us just getting their starts in life. There are married men and single men. Some are fathers. Some are students. Many are professionals. Some are retired. All will readily identify themselves as sons of the Father and brothers in the same good company.
Our presence is always supportive, asserting leadership when necessary but mostly listening. Respectfully listening. Quietly serving. Praying. Giving. Directing.
Being a man at Believers Church means your true identity is honored. Your unique expressions are valued. We forge deep-spirited friendships toward this goal of knowing Jesus with our whole hearts and trusting Him fully.
Here are some ways to connect with other guys at BC:
- D GROUPS – Discipleship Groups are a simple way for two or three people to move forward together in trusting Jesus. This microcosm of the company of men elevates reading the Bible, confession and talking with God and prayer for friends who don’t know Jesus. Contact Pastor Gyle Smith for more information.
- MEN’S PRAYER – Every Wednesday morning from 6:30 to 7:30 am, men meet in the conference room at BC for prayer. They wait on and seek God together for His will. This fellowship in prayer is open to all men. You can request more information on our Contact Page.
- CELEBRATE RECOVERY – This is a major ministry of Believer’s Church devoted to men finding wholeness in life’s hang ups. More information is found on the Celebrate Recovery Page.
THE ANNUAL MAN SUMMIT
Annually, we met together for a weekend of direction and intentionality at our Man Summit. This is a transformative intensive where men retreat to advance in their walks with the Lord.