As men, we struggle with issues that can show up in our relationships, work place and home. These issues, if left unaddressed, can lead us to live lives of isolation, frustration and discontentment; and that is not how God has designed men to live. At Fellowship, we want to help men discover how God designed them to live. Our hope is that men, through a strong relationship with Jesus, will get connected with other men, be transformed to live by God’s grace, and multiply their lives into others for God’s glory.
Benton Campus: Men on our Fellowship Benton campus will do "2x4s"– two guys going through a study meeting once a month for four months. Also, those two guys meet with two other guys twice in four months.
Register at the Connection Center.
Cabot Campus: Everyman Mondays are an opportunity for every man--no matter their story or season of life--to grow as followers of Jesus with other men. Join us the first Monday evening of the month for a good dinner ($5), connection with other guys, followed by teaching on topics every man faces in life. Everyman is welcome.
First Monday of the Month September-December | 6:00-7:30 pm | Cabot Campus
Little Rock Campus: A Man and His Mission: We want to help you grow as a disciple and make disciples at work, home and in your neighborhood. Join us for seven weeks beginning September 14 in the Warehouse from 6:00-7:30am.
For more information drop by the Connection Center.
Are you looking for a way to be more consistent in God’s word? Do you want to better understand what the Bible is about and what it says? Then a Men’s Core Group is for you.
Core Groups are designed to be small groups of 4-6 men going through Scripture together for about a year. You will go through a biblical overview of the Old and New Testament as you talk about life’s ups and downs, seeing how God’s Word applies to life. The goal is to produce transformation in your life, and motivate you to multiply what God has done in your life into the lives of others.
Bruce HenryOur Core group has caused me to press deeper into the all-sufficient Christ and to find that in His presence alone is fullness of joy.