Men's Fraternity (www.MensFraternity.com) is a powerful 6-month Bible-based study that helps men answer 3 questions we all face:
- What is God's vision for me and other men?
- How do I find balance between work and home?
- How do I achieve the dreams I have for my life?
Becoming a Man
Christ the Savior also offers a 6-week study for fathers and high school sons called Becoming a Man, which helps your teenage son understand what God's vision is for him and how to meet that challenge.
Men's Fraternity Schedule
Men's Fraternity studies run from fall through spring.
Men's Frat 1:
Wednesday, 6:45-8:00 p.m. (begins Sept. 14), led by Randy Waren and Mike Neukam
Sunday, 9:00-10:30 a.m. (begins Sept. 18), led by Steve McCloskey
The Quest for Authentic manhood is a 24-session study focusing on a man's core identity. Men learn how to clearly define manhood and will be able to answer the questions, "What is a man?" and "What am I living to be?"
Men's Frat 2:
Saturday, 6:30-8:00 a.m. Room 140
Led by Shawn Holland
Winning at Work and Home, a 16-session study, focuses on the two areas that are central to a man's life: career and family. It explores how a man can enjoy and engage his work and how he can relate to a woman in a whole new way.
The Origin of Men's Fraternity
Men's Fraternity was created by Robert Lewis, pastor-at-large of Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Arkansas and author of Raising a Modern Day Knight. It began in 1990 with 30 participants as Robert strived to connect with and challenge the men of his church. Over the years it has developed into a series of studies designed to engage the heart as well as the mind, stripping away the myths of manhood, and focusing on how each individual can be transformed into a true man of God. Now, more than 15,000 groups of men attend a weekly Men's Fraternity meeting globally.
Visit the Men's Fraternity website to learn more.