Men’s Ministry: Band of Brothers

The men of King Street are committed to Defending the Truth.
Throughout the year, Band of Brothers meets to study and grow together and to serve others in our church and community.

Wednesday Evening Study

Beginning September 14, the Band of Brothers will be meeting at 7:00 pm in room M27.

The next study is “IF: Trading Your If Only Regrets for God’s What If Possibilities” by Mark Batterson.

If is a powerful little word. Some people are stuck in “if only,” trudging through lives marked with regret. But God wants us to live lives marked with possibilities, with the “what if” attitude that looks forward to the future with confidence. Why? Because the answer to “If God is for us, who can be against us?” is “No one.” God is always on our side. Every day, in every way.

With his trademark enthusiasm and contagious joy, Mark Batterson helps us overcome feelings of guilt, fear, and doubt because in Christ there is no condemnation. Unpacking the promises of Romans 8, he shows us that we are more than conquerors—right now and forever. And because of that, the possibilities for our lives are limitless

Click below to watch a video trailer of the series, from Right Now Media.

 

The Band of Brothers often uses study materials from Right Now Media. If you do not already have a Right Now Media account, email Susanna Allen for access.

 

Sunday Community

At both 9:30 and 11:00 am, we offer a variety of adult Sunday School classes. These smaller groups are a great way to get to know others in the church and to build community. For more information, click here.

Weekly Devotional

We are blessed that a member of Band of Brothers, Fred Ailes, writes weekly devotionals for our men, to encourage and challenge them in their walk with Christ. Click below:

Men’s Devotional

 

Serving Others

Following the directive of James 1:27  to care for widows and orphans, the Men to Mend Ministry seeks to bless our widows and single mothers through assistance with tasks like oil changes, home maintenance and repairs, landscape chores – even simple things like a male voice on an answering machine. For more information on how to volunteer with Men to Mend, contact the church office.