Men's Bible Studies
Throughout Scripture, we see groups of valiant men fighting and growing together—from David’s mighty men in the Old Testament to the mentoring relationship of Paul and Timothy in the days of the early Church. As men, we face unique challenges and need to be in the Word together, to share our struggles, and to challenge each other through accountability and prayer. That’s why we provide a number of opportunities for men to join together to study God’s Word, as we commit to becoming more like Christ.
Thursdays, 6:15–7:45 am, Fellowship Center
Every week, before the workday starts, thirty tables of men gather for a time of teaching followed by small group table time. During table time, we help each other apply what we have just heard, then lift each other up in prayer and accountability. This group meets regularly during the fall and winter/spring, usually breaking for the summer. This fall, we are launching our study of "Romans—Celebrating the Good News." Romans has been described by many as a "theological jewel!" So don't miss this opportunity to jump into Huddle! For more information, check the Men's Activity Calendar, or contact Russ Mann, 312.806/7930, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Scott McClain, 630.217.9105.
Saturday Men’s Bible Study
New study starts September 15, 2018
Each Saturday morning, before the weekend kicks in, guys meet for an interactive teaching time, followed by small group table time. During table time, we help each other apply what we are learning and lift each other up in prayer and accountability. This group meets regularly during the fall and winter/spring, usually breaking for the summer. For more information, check the Men’s Activity Calendar above, or contact Dan Balow or Dean Annen. You're also invited to join us at 6:30am for prayer!
Senior Men’s Bible Study
Thursday mornings, 9:00–10:00 am, Upper 250
This gathering is geared toward maturing men who want to know God better, enjoy fellowship with other men, and share in-depth, weekly Bible study. Meets throughout the year.