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Being a MALE is easy. Being a MAN is daunting. The pressures of manhood can be enormous. Does being a real man mean having a perfect family, a corner office, a luxury car and a massive home? Or, is there something more to life – a source of deeper satisfaction? Join us for a small group experience in which we learn the surprising and counter-intuitive things the Bible has to say about being a man.


We are going to be working through a series of studies on being God's man. Each study will run for eight weeks and we plan to run one each quarter. The first looks at ‘Family’, designed to help men accept their calling to their families through discussion of topics such as taking ownership of their own spiritual journey, modelling a relationship with God, and fostering spiritual connections in the home. 'Leading a family' could revolutionize not only your life but also the lives of your wives and children - and impact generations to come!


Starting at 7.30pm we’ll be finished by 9pm (or just after). The course format is similar to that used on the Christianity and Discipleship explored courses in that there is a short video presentation, it’s interactive and includes ‘home work’ which needs to be completed before the study. This is to ensure that you spend some time with the biblical text for the session and can be prepared to share responses and personal applications. In the group setting you can contribute as much or as little as you want, although we would encourage you to ‘engage’ with the rest of the group to make sure you get the most out of each week.


Our goal in these studies is to stimulate personal reflection and honest dialogue with God and with other men about these matters. As you work through each session, look in the mirror at your own life and ask yourself some hard questions. Realize that complete honesty with yourself, with God and with others will produce the greatest results.


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