We want our men’s culture to be one where each man embraces that:
“I am the men’s ministry”
“I am willing to invest in relationships with other men.”
“I recognize that ministry occurs as we live life out together.”
We want to facilitate confident spiritual leadership such that each man can say:
“I know where I stand with God.”
“I know enough about His Word to guide myself, my family, and my friends”
Therefore, StoneBridge’s Men’s Ministry occurs wherever StoneBridge Men are– at church, at home, at work, on the softball field, in a duck blind, on the golf course, in a bass boat, etc. In other words, our Men’s Ministry isn’t just a ministry for men — it’s a ministry of men and it reflects the diversity that implies.
We recognize that each of our men has been created with unique personalities, abilities, interests, backgrounds, and experiences, and that with each life stage their responsibilities change. All of these affect how our men implement the C2 concept in their daily lives.
StoneBridge Church and its staff are here to promote and facilitate the implementation of the C2 concept in such a way that every man is made alive in Christ as Paul describes in the Book of Ephesians. All activities, events, processes, and projects for StoneBridge men are designed to promote the C2 concept.
Men’s Bible Study:
The Book of Acts
As we concluded our study of the ministry of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew, we read Jesus’ Great Commission to the apostles, “Go and make disciples of all nations . . . “. The Book of Acts tells the story of how the first-century church grew from a handful of Jewish believers into a movement that swept through the entire Roman Empire. While the world is very different today, 2,000 years later, one thing hasn’t changed: God’s heart for unredeemed people. Join us on Thursday nights at 7:30 or Friday mornings at 6:00 in Room 110 of the main building. This study is intended to model how you might study the Bible on your own. It is perfect for those that are brand new to Bible study but is in-depth enough for the more advanced as well.
No registration required.
The Holy Spirit: What about it?
The Holy Spirit is rarely taught in church as a subject on its own. As a result there is generally more ignorance and confusion about the Holy Spirit, especially His relationship with Jesus Christ and believers. Add to this the theological differences regarding baptisms of the spirit and the exercise of the gifts of healing and speaking in tongues, and it is not surprising that this is the case.
This study is designed to examine what the bible as a whole has to say about the Holy Spirit and reconcile apparent contradictions using bible interpretation techniques and a measure of common sense. Hopefully the results will be new understandings about God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit.
Join us for this 9-week study beginning on February 16th at 10:00am in Room 207. No registration required.
Disc Golf: The prettiest links this side of Magnolia. 18 challenging holes and ongoing tournaments. Come test your mettle on our chains!
Woods and Water Kids: Dads and kids, enjoy the great outdoors together while growing in your relationship. Click through for more info at W&WK’s site.