Our mission is to forge and to fortify men to lead at home, in the church, and in the marketplace.
Our vision is to be a growing and connected community of transforming men committed to reshaping the culture to reflect God’s heart.
Personal holiness. Knowledge of the Word. Spiritual leadership. Interdependence.
one man’s story of drugs, sex, & violence until…
Online Registration has concluded for this event. You can still show up and pay in person on Saturday morning.
Men’s Breakfast Saturday,
November 16, 2013
7:28 AM Community Center
$7 at the door
Jesus gave his followers a command–”follow me.” And a promise–”and I will equip you to find others to follow me.” Bottom line is that we were made to make disciples! Multiply: disciples making disciples* is a new opportunity for Palmcroft men to gain the confidence and encouragement needed to step out in faith and begin making followers of Jesus out of the people who God has placed in our lives.
We’ll look at what it means to be a disciple, how the Bible is meant to be studied, how we help people around us live in obedience to Christ. We’ll cover important Biblical concepts and major developments in the biblical storyline—creation, the fall, God’s covenant with Abraham, the life and death of Jesus, etc. We’ll read sections of Scripture, and think through these truths and their implications for our lives and individual ministries. Our goal is to understand what the Bible is saying and allow this truth to transform our thought process and lifestyle over time. Our objective will be to have each participant teach what they learn to another, and share life (not just information) with others because discipleship involves deep relationships.
This course is offered weekly over multiple days and times for 1 1/2 hours, and requires a minimum 12-week commitment.
MULTIPLY meets Mondays 7-8:30 p.m.; Thursdays 6:30-8:00 a.m. or 7-8:30 p.m.
in The Foundry building.
*based on the recent book Multiply:disciples making disciples by Francis Chan and Mark Beuving, Published by David C. Cook, Colorado Springs, CO.
The importance of being in a community of men cannot be overstated. Just like climbing a mountain alone is a difficult and even dangerous idea, so is attempting to climb the mountain of manhood alone. We need other men for safety and support and to help us stay on track. The Foundry provides a healthy community where men can naturally form deep connections with one another which becomes invaluable when we slip, struggle, or stray…or even better, to cheer, applaud, and encourage us to stay on course.
Here’s what you can expect: