In my lifetime Ministering to Men have changed greatly. In my early years as an adult most churches men’s ministry was about getting together and doing service work and having a social. Today, as you look around those attending a men’s ministry event whether it is some type of spiritual gathering or a social gathering it is generally composed of older men. Churches are having a hard time in reaching across generational boundaries.
Kris Dolberry, who leads Ministry to Men at LifeWay and serves as Executive Editor of Stand Firm, a daily devotional magazine for men, wrote an article called 5 Questions Your Church Must Answer To Reach Young Men.
The article is very insightful and will help you to evaluate what your church may be doing to reach across those generational boundaries. I encourage to read his article and share it with your team. Click here or the title of his article above to read.
I’m not going to speak anymore about this in this post but allow Kris and his experience share his thoughts through his writings. I would be very interested to hear what you thought as you read his article and what churches could do to reach all across generational boundaries.
Together in the challenge and adventure to disciple men – Mike