- Phone: (816) 279-2090
- Mailing Address: 5103 South 50th St., St. Joseph MO, 64507
2017 Men's Fellowship Events:
July 15th - Men's Breakfast, 8:30 am
August 19th - Men's Breakfast, 8:30 am
September 16th - Men's Breakfast, 8:30 am
October 21st - Men's Breakfast, 8:30 am
November 3rd - Men's Wild Game Feast - Watch for more information!
December 16th - Men's Breakfast, 8:30 am
Breakfast is held at Grace unless otherwise noted.
GEC Men’s Fellowship:
The Men’s Ministry at Grace Evangelical Church is dedicated to helping men become the spiritual leaders that God calls them to be. The guiding principles of fellowship, teaching, and service form it’s foundation. Through these principles we share in accountability, Bible study, worship, and prayer to make men into disciples of Jesus Christ our Lord.
The Men’s Ministry is made up of sons, brothers, fathers, husbands, and grandfathers who love Christ and desire to become the man He wants us to be. We strive to develop and strengthen relationships with other men in order to encourage each other in our walk with Christ. We are dedicated to helping men become servants as modeled by Jesus Christ. A Christ-like man is a servant of God’s church, a servant of his family, and a servant of his community. As Christian men we know He is the only hope for a lost and dark world and we adhere to the words of Jesus, “Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations.”
We focus on bringing men together and providing opportunities for them to fellowship, teach, and serve together. Leaders may facilitate weekend retreats, organize service projects, plan recreational activities, or just “hang out” and enjoy the fellowship of other Christian men. We also have a Men’s Breakfast once a month for men to gather on a regular basis to enjoy good food, worship, and a message from different speakers on a variety of topics. We strive to offer or support a diverse array of programs and activities to address the many needs of the men of this church as well as the men of our community.
As iron sharpens iron, so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend.