The Men’s Ministry organizes seminars, workshops, lectures and symposia on all aspects of life including: Marriage enrichment, husbands’ responsibilities at home, child care and education, business management and techniques, leadership and responsibility in the Church and the State, current affairs at both national and international levels, the teaching of basic principles of domestic law and other specialized men-related spheres in life.
To become an effective and significant ministry to passionately reach Men for Christ in partnership with the church.
A total Christian Man who is committed, spirit-filled and strong in Christ character to positively impact the family, the church and the community.
We seek to encourage growth in knowledge and intimate relationship with God through intentional spiritual discipleship. In order to bring about a greater measure of unity and spirit of harmony in the body of Christ, where members are united in a common effort for the good of the entire body.
To provide a basis for a healthy fellowship among all the men in the Church by creating a ministry that is not in competition with any other ministry but cooperating with all ministries. Inspiring its members to be active and responsible at home, in the local church, and in the community. We aim at becoming positive icons in our community.
To become passionate ministers of Jesus’ movement under the power of the Holy Spirit. To witness to the presence and the power of God in the world today through the message of the Gospel for the total man, and by this, reach men (and women) for Christ, especially those having a similar social, cultural or business interests as the witness.
We are training men to model Christ in Humility, Wisdom, Growth, Integrity, and development in the workplace. Exercising cutting-edge professionalism in the spirit of excellence devoid of mediocrity and apathy.
In most cultures of the world, men are perceived to the repositories of knowledge and wisdom. This perception must be translated into reality, by ensuring that men become studious and approach issues with acuity and precision; and by extension encourage the younger generation to be studious.