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The Men’s Ministry of First Baptist Church includes:

  • Men’s League (see below)
  • Tuesday/Thursday Morning Prayer Group
  • Men’s Conferences/Retreats
  • Fish Fry
  • Man Church


Man Church- February 29, 2016, worship led by Josh Mabry, preaching by Pastor David

Man Church- Stand Firm







Men’s Fish Fry- April 25, 2016- more details to come



Men’s Prayer Groups

Join with other men to pray for the lost, sick, and our church as men gather to pray.

Tuesday morning– 6 a.m., breakfast served
Thursday morning– 6 a.m.

Men’s Life Groups (Sunday School)

Check out our different Life Groups for men offered on Sunday mornings:

Vic Bell, 40 somethings, A236
Carter Hooker, 60 somethings, A224
Ernie Doyle, 70 somethings, A264
George Berthelson, 70 somethings, A210
Steve Bieber, 70 somethings, A214
John Schroeppel, 70 somethings, A267

Men’s Mission Groups

If you know of a church member in need of a wheelchair ramp or a widow that is in need of special projects, please contact Bro. George Berthelson or the church (872-2264).

Men’s Mission Day– Saturday April 23– 8 a.m.-Noon- our focus this spring will be helping widows in the church.


Men’s Ministry Stories

Jeremy Marco- and his family…On January 10th, we were able to see three out of the five of the Marco family baptized together (Jeremy– father, Kiron– wife, and Pasquel– daughter). What a powerful testimony and affirmation of seeing a father take the reins of leadership for his family. Jeremy is a member of Men’s League where he learned the basics of how to disciple and lead his family to grow in Christ!

Josh Woodruff and his family…On January 31st, we heard Josh Woodruff give a powerful testimony in our #LiveitOut celebration service about how he leads his family to participate in a family devotion every day. The growth that Josh has experienced in his personal walk as well as through his children is a testimony of spending time with the Lord!
These are just a couple of stories of how men in our church have begun to walk closer to God and the fruit has come through their own lives and in their families.

Deuteronomy 6:6-7: “These words that I am giving you today are to be in your heart. Repeat them to your children. Talk about them when you sit in your house and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.”


Men’s Ministry Leadership

We have a great group of men that serve you as leaders for our Men’s Ministry. Continue to pray for their leadership as they guide our men to grow in their walks with Christ.

The Men’s Ministry Leadership team: Dennis Carson– director, Josh Roman, James Garcia, Brian Ford, Bobby Cole, Andy Abernathie, Colby Morgan


Men’s Ministry Leadership Retreat

A very special thank you to Blue Bank Resort and Roberson Guide service for hosting our Men’s Ministry Leadership retreat.


Millington FBC Men’s Ministry monthly newsletter

The Point- Vol 2 February 2016

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Men’s League information

Men’s League

The Men’s League is a group of men that are intentional about multiplying men as disciples and leaders within the body of Christ.  There are three components to the Men’s League:  discipleship (Bible study and accountability), missions, and fellowship.  Men signup to be players and then are placed onto teams with a coach.  The coach will guide them through three focuses of study (foundation, leadership, and daily living) as well as hold personal accountability sessions with each man.  Then teams also in fellowship and missions as a group.  Once men have completed the spring session, they are commissioned to become coaches for the following fall.

If you have questions, please contact Bro. Joseph Brasher,

If you would like to signup as a player for the Men’s League then please fill out the contact information below and one of the directors will be in touch with you.

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