Men’s Studies and Events

Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life’s Storms

Sundays at 9:00am, beginning July 30th

Who are you when life is steady? Who are you when storms come? Most of us have been on the receiving end of rejection, a broken dream, or heartbreak. And while this is not an easy space to go through, when we are grounded in the truth, we can endure the tough times.

Join us for this new 4-week series in the Shire room (next to the Library), beginning Sunday 7/30 at 9:00am.

 

 


 

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This world needs more good dads.

Fatherhood is more than just protecting and providing for your kids. Being a dad is one of the most important and influential roles a man could ever play in his life. But being a good dad doesn’t always come naturally.

In the newest release from 33 The Series, A Man and His Fatherhood, we begin to think strategically about being a dad and prepare to launch healthy sons and daughters into the world.

This world needs more good dads. We need men who are willing to embrace the long road of building and cultivating a family. We need men who are willing to admit they haven’t figured it out and are prepared to do the work of learning how to lead and love their kids well.

This final volume of 33 The Series will help you begin to think strategically about being a dad.  A Man and His Fatherhood provides insights and biblical truth that can carry you through the confusion and dark moments of fatherhood and also energize you for its high points and powerful moments.

Join us for this new six-week series beginning Sunday, April 24, 2015 at 9am in The Loft (the classroom above the church office).

 

 

COST

If you are able, men will be asked to contribute $10 to help cover the costs of your book.  The books are optional and not required.

Email Brent McClintock with questions at brent@devonshirechurch.org

33 Volume 6: A Man and His Fatherhood from 33 The Series on Vimeo.

 


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Commit to meet up with a small group of men you can call your “trusted teammates” for six weeks.  Each week, tackle one of these questions.