The good news is this: everywhere we look in America, Christian men are searching for connection. Men are eager to get into the spiritual battle for America, but they’re being underserved. Churches almost always have something for women, kids, and youth—but what about the men? It’s estimated that only 10% of evangelical churches have a men’s ministry. That’s not enough. Not even close!
Research and experience show us that when the husband or father in a family gets involved in church, the rest of the family follows suit a greater percentage of the time (as opposed to when the wife, mother or children initiate church involvement.) There’s NO denying it. Men are absolutely critical to spiritual development in the family! But sadly, too many men are sitting on the sidelines. Popular culture portrays men as selfish, predatorial, detached, weak-willed, abusive, and much more. That’s not what God thinks about men! That’s not what God thinks about YOU! They want to get with other men to learn about God, the Bible, to grow in their faith, and have opportunities to use those unique giftings and talents God has given them.