“We proclaim Him, admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, so that we may present every man complete in Christ.” – Colossians 1:28
Each week we see more men connecting and being challenged in their walk with the Lord. Men aren’t designed to do life on our own–living without accountability, encouragement, discipline and perseverance. At FLC, we train and equip men to be spiritual leaders in their homes, in the church and the workplace. We strive to achieve spiritual growth by connecting men through special events, Bible studies and service opportunities.
We have as our three pillars:
Service, Devotion, & Fellowship
What We Have Done
- Raising funds for a wheelchair and two handicapped scooters.
- Building a retaining wall.
- Remodeling our kitchen.
- Annual Easter breakfast.
- Christmas Giving Tree for area senior citizens.
- Contributing regularly to our local jail and state prison ministry.
- Food drives at Thanksgiving.
- Contributing financially to the Help & Hope Center, our county food bank.
We have been challenged to be a true disciple by: loving, living, serving, fellowship, giving, and then reproducing who we are. Come and grow, then be ready to give back.
If you haven’t attended any of our meetings, we’d love to have you join us.
Below is a list of our men’s ministry groups. If you’re interested in joining a group or finding out more information, please contact the group leaders listed below.
Men’s Bible Study
Every Monday at 7 pm in the Library
Focusing on both topical and biblical studies, this is an opportunity to grow in your knowledge and understanding of God’s Word and gospel truth.
Tuesday night at 6 pm in Fellowship Hall
Devoted to brotherly fellowship, the study of God’s Word and faithful service to others, these men seek a richer, more robust experience as a disciple of Christ. All are welcome and encouraged to go deeper in their Christian faith walk.