Our Work is Dedicated to the Prosperity of Our Men!
To develop men of all walks of life to become priests in our homes, leaders in the workplace and role models in the community by becoming the men that God created us to be.
To empower men to live the life of maximized manhood (Christlikeness).To share and exchange thoughts and ideas of men who have "challenges" that hinder us in today's society and to offer constructive support to such individuals. Mankind has conquered the mountains, the oceans and even outer-space. But the greatest achievement of all is when a man conquers himself. "Better is he that rules his spirit than he that takes a city." Manhood and Christlikeness are synonymous. Be a man! Be Accountable!
I will be a person of integrity. (2 Timothy 2:15). My attitudes and actions reveal my commitment to live the life Christ modeled – to speak the truth in love, stand firm in my convictions, and be honest and trustworthy.
I will pursue consistent spiritual growth. (Colossians 2:6-7). The Christian life is a continuing journey, and I am committed to a consistent, personal relationship with Jesus Christ, to faithfully study of His Word, and to spiritual growth through the ministry of a New Testament Church.
I will speak and live a relevant, authentic and consistent witness. (1 Peter 3:15). I will tell others how Jesus changed my life, and I will seek to live a radically changed life each day.
I will seek opportunities to serve in Christ’s name. (Luke 4:18-19). I believe that God desires to draw all men into a loving, redeeming relationship with Him. As His disciple, I will give myself to be His hands to reach others in ministry and missions.
I will honor my body as the temple of God, dedicated to a lifestyle of purity. (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). Following Christ’s example, I will keep my body healthy and strong, avoiding temptations and destructive personal vices. I will honor the gift of life by keeping myself sexually pure and free from addictive drugs.
I will be godly in all things and Christlike in all relationships. (Colossians 3:12-14). In every relationship and every situation, I will seek to live as Christ would. I will work to heal brokenness, value each person as a child of God, avoid petty quarrels and harsh words, and let go of bitterness and resentment, which hinders Christian love.
The “Four Faces” of Man include:
1. The face of a lion - Courage (facing challenges with courage).
2. The face of a man - Compassion (care for the needy).
3. The face of an eagle - Vision (where there is no vision, the people perish).
4. The face of an ox - Servant (serves in the church and gives back to the community).
We believe that every Christian man should possess four distinct “faces” that work collaboratively to promote the kingdom of God in the areas of:
2. Protection of and providing for family.
4. Community outreach (assisting the less fortunate).