Men's Events


Men's Conference

Embracing God’s Purpose in the Workplace

What Does It Mean To Lead?

January 25, 2020 | 9 am – noon | $10 per person – proceeds to benefit the Hope Center for Kids

Discover who you are and how you can be used by God to make a big difference in others in your workplace.

Many men today are having a tough time embracing their role as a “leader”, not only in their homes, but also in the workplace and the marketplace.  Leadership is often a very misunderstood term.  Some think it’s only for the “General’s and Admirals” of life, commanding large groups of people (CEO’s, etc.).  Other’s think it is just standing up for or directing the right course of action in politics, government and communities.  Even though people who have those abilities can be great leaders, God also calls us to be “Servant Leaders” and to demonstrate love, support and mentoring to those who need help.  So, which is it?  Not only will we deal with this question, we will also explore what might be holding you back from being the kind of leader God has called you to be.  At this conference, we will unpack the major strategies our spiritual enemy uses to keep us from stepping “out and up” as leaders for Christ in the marketplace.  If you’ve ever wondered whether you “have what it takes”, you won’t want to miss this conference.  You’re going to leave with a whole new perspective on who you are and how you can be used by God to make a big difference in others as you become a great leader!

Guest Speaker

Guest Speaker

David Nabity

Guest Speaker

Guest Speaker

Karl Schaphorst

Men's Madness

All men are invited to join Pastor Jon at the next Men’s Madness event for a presentation and discussion.

Men’s Madness is a bi-annual gathering of men to discuss various topics of faith, life and the Spiritual journey of men.

  • March 17, 2020 | 7:30 pm | Location to be determined

Men's Fellowship Lunch

First Friday of the month at 11:30am at Granite City Brewery near Westroads Mall

Meet with other Bethany men for food and conversation.