Men In Training (MIT)
Thursdays at 6:45 AM
Room: Hudson Hall
January 24 – May 2, 2019
Men In Training (MIT) is a large, semester-based Focus Study for men of all ages and stages of life. We study God's Word together, then break into small groups to discuss the text, share life together, and grow toward Christlikeness. Come make new friends while you experience God at work in your life.
THIS SEMESTER’S STUDY: A Man’s Guide to the Spiritual Disciplines: 12 Habits to Strengthen your Walk with Christ
For every ten men in church, nine will have children who leave the church. Eight will not find their jobs satisfying. Six will pay only the monthly minimum on their credit card balances. Five will have a major problem with pornography. Four will get divorced (affecting one million children per year). Only one will have a biblical worldview, and all ten will wrestle to balance work and family. With these kinds of issues facing men today, we need more than an annual men's gathering and regular church attendance to keep our faith strong. It takes discipline and determination to stand against the tide.
A Man's Guide to the Spiritual Disciplines gives you the tools you need to reflect Christ in the context of marriage, family, and the daily grind. Morley highlights twelve habits that will strengthen your walk with Christ, including:
- Experiencing God in creation
- Letting the Bible change your life
- Learning the power of prayer
- Grasping God's greatness through worship
- Gaining strength through Sabbath
- Thriving because of fellowship
- Succeeding through wise counsel
- And more!
By presenting each discipline with a concise overview, several examples, and application ideas to get you going, this guidebook will help you develop the maturity every man of God was designed to reflect.
We begin at 6:45 AM with coffee and doughnuts for main assembly then break into small table groups. Registration not required. Patrick Morley’s book A Man’s Guide to the Spiritual Disciplines: 12 Habits to Strengthen Your Walk with Christ will available to purchase for a minimal donation, but not required. Open to all men each week.
For more information or to visit this study , please contact Roger Severino.