“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” Acts 2:42.

One of the great privileges we have in the life is to be the Godly men we have been created to be. The reality is, we live our lives in the tension between being what we think we are supposed to be and what we have been called to be. We often think that if we can be the most successful man in a particular business we will then be a better provider for our family. We think if we can be a better golfer, hunter, landowner, investment manager, etc., then we have really “made it.”

However, what the world needs most are men who are committed to making Jesus visible in their homes, to their families, in their workplace, in the midst of hobbies, etc. A man who has a heart for the Lord is a man who can absolutely win the hearts of others. And the way this comes about is for men to first surrender to the grace of God in Jesus Christ and then respond by being proactive in strengthening their faith through fellowship and study with other men who are on the same journey.

You are invited to be part of MEN@FIRST. An opportunity for men at FPC to be in fellowship together, to strengthen their faith together, and to grow in a better understanding of how to live to make Jesus visible in our daily lives.


Men’s Bible Studies

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Men’s Discipling

Contact: Jess Mayfield ( / 210-260-9545)
Men at FPC will be discipling each other throughout the Fall of 2016 and the Spring of 2017 using “Four Priorities” by John Tolson. Meeting in pairs, men will learn what it means to become a man of Christ and will learn how to disciple others.

Through a creative mix of relevant case studies and scriptural illustrations, “The Four Priorities” workbook presents an easy-to-understand, practical “tool kit” for balancing the four priorities of Christ: our spiritual life, our personal life, our relationships, and our place in the larger world. Confronting life’s challenges with tough grace, this biblically based study enables men to impact others for Jesus Christ. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a disciple or about discipling others, contact Jess Mayfield. New discipling groups will form throughout the year.

“Now teach these truths to other trustworthy people who will be able to pass them on the others.”
(2 Timothy 2:2 NLT)


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