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.
33: A Man & His Marriage
No matter who you are, where you live, or you who are married to, your marriage has hope. Whether your marriage is great or struggling, join other men for six weeks as we discover this hope together and how we can be the husbands God calls us to be. Through dynamic teaching and authentic small group discussions, we'll cover important but often misunderstood details about marriage, including biblical foundation, servant leadership, friendship, threats, and sex.
WEDNESDAYS, SEPT 23-OCT 28 on all campuses
Benton | 6 am
Cabot | 6 am & 8 pm
Little Rock | 6:30 am
Bucks & Ducks
October 29 | 6-8:30 pm | the Warehouse at the Little Rock Campus
Bring your kids or your hunting buddy to see displays on deer, ducks, and talk with Arkansas Game and Fish about rules and regulations. Whether you are an avid hunter, or just getting started, this is an event geared for you. Hear the deer forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish, a world champion duck caller, and Robert Lewis as he speaks about engaging kids through the outdoors. We will have food trucks as well for you to buy food. Bring someone and come on out!
Men’s Core Groups
Men’s Core Groups are for any man looking to grow as a disciple of Jesus. Groups are designed for four to six men to gain greater connection and transparency that is geared for growth. Participants will learn how to be a disciple and how to make disciples of Jesus Christ.
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.