Men In Boots Men's Ministry

Associate Minister: William Thompson

We meet every Thusday at 7:00 pm in the Fellowship Hall.

Men in boots move their families, churches, and communities closer to God, because they are being moved closer to God. Simply stated: Men in boots move! 

"How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can they preach unless they are sent? As it is written, "How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!" Romans 10:14-15


Men make a difference in their families, churches, and communities.
Here's how Men In Boots will make a difference for you.


We believe God has charged men with being the faith encourager for their families.*

The first challenge of MIB is for you to lead your family toward consistent church attendance, and to invite others to church. Even when you go on vacation, don’t take a vacation from church. If you invite someone, offer to meet them in the parking lot.


We believe God equips the saints to do ministry through maturation and discipleship.

The second challenge of MIB is for you to join a MIB group in order to be equipped for the work He has called you to do. The group will meet over the course of eight weeks, after which there will be a two week break and another group will begin.


We believe our connection with God will connect us to Christians and those who are not.

The third challenge of MIB is for you to  encounter God through your fellowship with other Believers and your interaction with those who are not. Four times a year we will encounter God through unique fellowship with one another and interaction with the community.


Men Matter*


If a child is the first person in a household to become a Christian, there is a 3.5% probability everyone else in the household will follow. If the mother is the first to become a Christian, there is a 17% probability everyone else in the household will follow. However, when the father is first, there is a 93% probability everyone else in the household will follow. 

Sunday school:
When both parents attend Sunday school in addition to the Sunday service, 72% of their children attend Sunday school when grown. When only the father attends Sunday school, 55% of the children attend when grown. When only the mother attends Sunday school, 15% of the children attend when grown. When neither parent attends Sunday school, only 6% of the children attend when grown.

If a father does go regularly, regardless of what the mother does, between 66% and 75% of their children will attend church as adults. If a father attends church irregularly, between 50% and 66% of their kids will attend church with some regularity as adults. In contrast, if a father does not go to church, but the mother does, on average 66% of their children will not attend church. 

  May 2020  
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