Men's Ministry: Education
Men’s Bible StudySt. Andrew’s guys are invited to the Men’s Bible Study every Tuesday morning from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. in the Great Hall (includes coffee and rolls). This is a valuable way to connect with Christ and about 100 other men.
Men in Prayer
The Men’s Ministry Leadership Team has designated 2012 as a year of prayer for the men of
St. Andrew’s. It is our intention to pray daily for all men age 18 and over for one year. We need about 240 men to take the names of 12 other men and commit themselves to pray a short, written prayer daily during 2012. This project is simply about prayer, and only about prayer. Packets containing the names plus a prayer and other necessary material will be available after Nov. 1. To sign up, please contact Dianne Nash at 651-762-9141.
Men's Fellowship GroupsWe are encouraging men to form small groups with 4 to 6 other men. These groups are intentionally spiritual, committed, and confidential. Men will gather regularly to pray for each other, meet around scripture, share the ups and downs of life, and connect with the larger community of St. Andrew's. For information, call Pastor John Straiton at 651-762-9118.
Kickin' AddictionsIt is our goal to help men address and defeat potentially harmful addictions that threaten their health, relationships, careers and general well-being. Addictions like: alcohol, drugs, pornography, gambling, etc. Ask for our brochure or pick one up from one of the many kiosks on campus. For help within the St. Andrew's Community, call Jeff at 612-819-1127.
Men's Ministry Book ReviewsThroughout the past few years members of the Men's Leadership Team have read and reviewed books they feel are relevant to the spiritual needs of the men. There are many fine books, of course, but the books here might help get you started, or keep you going on your spiritual journey. For more information about Men’s Ministry, contact Dianne Nash at 651-762-9141.
“Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire” by Jim Cymbala
“Blood Brothers” by Father Elias Chacour
“Celebration of Discipline” by Richard Foster
“Wild at Heart” by John Eldridge