Kingdom Men at CrossRoads
The Bible has much to say to men about roles, relationships, responsibilities, etc. The men who come to CrossRoads are continually encouraged to step up and find out what God has planned for them!
We desire to see men take a firm hold of their God-given responsibilities, understand who they are in Jesus Christ, know their purpose and run with a vision! Kingdom Men sharpen one another in their walk with Jesus, and as a result, lead their families as the spiritual heads of their households
We live in a culture where men have lost their way. The roles of men and women have become distorted, relationships are failing from a lack of clarity, and our responsibilities are being disregarded and ignored, far
too often at the expense of
our wives and children.
We are convinced that men are moved to action when they are surrounded by men of integrity on a regular basis. Our men have a weekly Thursday morning fellowship gathering and also meet together for an occasional Saturday morning breakfast.
We encourage men to lead and/or
participate in home groups, get
involved in supporting CrossRoads
through ministry opportunities
(children's, greeting, worship),
develop relationships with
other like-minded men, and
most importantly, for husbands to
love and spend time with
their wives and children.
Kingdom Men at CrossRoads will challenge and equip you to be the man that courageously leads and lovingly serves his family, prayerfully supports his church, and joyfully serves his community.
Starting January 9th, we'll be launching into the "Rough Cut Men" book by David Dusek. We're excited to be starting this series as it will provide opportunities for the men to forge relationships built on trust and dependance in Christ with support from one another.
We hope you will consider joining us for a cup of coffee and an understanding of God's plan and design for men. For more information, contact Wayne Daley.
Through the end of the year, we'll be investing time to learn more about one another and our lives in order to be praying for one another.