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“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another” –Proverbs 27:17 

“Men do not become men in the company of women; we become men in the company of other men.”
 – From Every Man, God’s Man by Arterburn, Wendorf, & Luck
As Christian men, we were never intended to go it alone. We were designed by our Creator to connect with other Christian men – to encourage, support, and inspire each other in the adventures we live, through the battles we fight, and for the others we serve.
“And if one can overpower him who is alone, two can resist him. A cord of three strands cannot be broken.” –Ecclesiastes 4:12

With these ideas in mind, the FBC Garland Men’s Ministry will empower and equip men through…
  • Missions and outreach activities
  • Ministries to meet the physical needs of others
  • Fellowship opportunities
  • Support programs for families and youth
  • Teaching and education, focused on men’s needs
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2020 Planned Men's Ministry Activities

The following Men's Ministry activities are presently being prayerfully planned by our Men's Ministry Council.  Details will be provided as they are available, so check back often.

  • Men’s Prayer Night   
    Friday, January 17   8:00-9:00 pm at Mount Hebron Baptist Church.  
    Spend an hour with men from the church and community seeking the Lord through the powerful path of prayer.
  • Super Bowl Breakfast   
    Saturday, February 1   8:00-9:00 am in the MAC.   $5 per person

    : Chris Avila, former NFL Team Chaplain for the Oakland Raiders from 1999-2012
    Chris presently is on the staff of FCA-North Texas.  His vast experience in the NFL as a chaplain (and continuing contact with coaches and players) has given him a strong platform for sharing the Good News of Christ with players, coaches, and everyone connected with the football community.  He and his family relocated to the DFW area back in 2014.

  • Biscuits & Workday     
    Saturday, February 22   8:00 am in the MAC.   $5 per person.
    Start with a light biscuit breakfast and then do workday projects for senior adult widows & widowers.

  • Men’s March Basketball Cookout   (cancelled)
    Friday, March 27 6:30-9:00 pm in the MAC.  $7 per person.  Hotdogs, hamburgers, and all the fixins. 
    Come dressed in your favorite college basketball team's colors.

  • Biscuits & Workday (cancelled)
    Saturday, May 9   8:00 am in the MAC.  $5 per person.
    Start with a light biscuit breakfast and then do workday projects for senior adult widows & widowers.
  • Men’s VIRTUAL Prayer Night
    Friday, May 15
       7:00-8:00 pm online (virtual meeting invitations sent personally)
    Spend an hour with men from the church and community seeking the Lord through the powerful path of prayer.

  • Men’s Prayer Night  (cancelled)
    Friday, July 17 8:00-9:00 pm in the MAC

  • Annual Men’s Retreat     Theme:  Pursuing Spiritual Fitness   (rescheduled from earlier this year)

    Saturday, October 31    
    9:00-10:30 am on Zoom
    SpeakerDr. Jerry Carlisle, former Pastor

    There is no charge to this year's retreat, BUT you must register in Zoom.  The registration link is shown below.

    Zoom Registration


    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

  • Men’s Dove Hunt (off-campus)   Near Sulphur Springs, TX.
    Saturday, September 26   sunrise to sunset - $10 per person (includes water, soft drinks, and box lunch) There will be hunting and fishing on 100 acres of East Texas native land with multiple tanks stocked with fish. Bring hunting/fishing license, shotgun and shells or fishing pole and tackle, insect repellent, sunscreen, and folding chair.

    To assist with pre-planning, click here to register and pay for the Dove Hunt. Deadline to register for the Dove Hunt is Sunday, September 20. Be sure and print out the PDF attached to the registration form, fill out the two forms in the PDF, and bring them with you. Click here to print a PDF with directions to the Dove Hunt location. Click here to print the hold harmless PDF. Both forms in the hold harmless PDF must be filled out for each person attending and given to David Todd when you arrive at the hunt location.

  • Biscuits & Workday 
    Saturday, October 3   8:30 am at the MAC.
    Start with a light (socially distanced) biscuit breakfast in the MAC parking lot, and then do workday projects for senior adult widows & widowers. Due to COVID-19 considerations, we will only be doing outside workday projects for senior adult widows & widowers - in a safe, non-contact manner.

    To assist with pre-planning, you will be asked to register for the Workday. Click here to register to volunteer.

  • Clay Shoot (off-campus) Texas Gun Ranch, 15950 State Highway 205, Terrell, TX 75160
    Saturday, October 17 9:30-noon - $25 per person. Meet at the club house, which is on the right when you turn in to the property. Youth age 10 and over are welcome to participate. Texas Gun Ranch was formed to create a safe shooting experience for shooters and families of shooters. This first class facility provides the best private shooting experience in North Texas featuring 5 stands, sporting clays, rifle and pistol bays.

    Pictures from the Clay Shoot

  • Men’s Fellowship Breakfast (outdoors)
    Saturday, November 7   8:00-9:00 am    NO charge
    Featured SpeakerConnor Shanahan, FBCG Young Adult Minister

    Registration required - click here to register
    Central Park (Garland) - behind the Granger Recreation Center (click here for map)
    Biscuits, coffee, and pastries
    Bring a lawn chair and a buddy, relative, neighbor, or co-worker
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Weeknight Men's Bible Studies

The following weeknight men's Bible studies are offered, in addition to the Sunday School classes for men:

  • Tuesday night     6:45 pm  via Zoom
    Led by Bryan Beeman
    New series starts October 20

    Book study of Exodus in the Wiersbe Bible Book Series

    Purchase the book for this study - $7.99 - by clicking here

  • Thursday night   6:30 pm  Off-campus 
    Led by Steve Puckett
    New series started October 8

     Studying the book
     "Twelve Ordinary Men" by John MacArthur

    To obtain a copy of the book, contact the group leader or click here and purchase a cpoy to be sent to your home.
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Men's Ministry Council

If you have input, feedback, or other information for the council, simply click on the council member's name below to send an e-mail.
Larry Allen   (Director)