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Being a man committed to maintaining Christian values can be extremely difficult in this time when the world encourages selfishness and a me-centered attitude. Men today face numerous challenges that threaten our efforts to create a Christ-centered home for our families. But there has never been a more critical time to step-up and be the spiritual leaders of our homes.
The EPC Craftsmen Ministry is offering a one-day retreat design to equip men with the tools and skills they need to cultivate and maintain a Christ-like environment in their homes. This highly-interact program will consists of speakers who will outline why we must be diligent in living the Fruit of the Sprit in our homes. They also will provide instruction on how to introduce prayer, Bible study, and devotions into your family activities.
The retreat will be Saturday, August 5 from 8 am to 2 pm in the Christian Learning Center at EPC. Breakfast and lunch will be served and there will be no charge for admission. However, registration is required. Click ‘SIGN UP’ below!
The Craftsmen Ministry is committed to sharpening men’s devotion to Christ through a journey of discipleship, fellowship and service. This ministry allows men to witness the value of a life in Christ — a life that leads to lasting relationships with one another and the spreading of the good news. Craftsmen has been built on the foundation of helping men become leaders in their church, families and community. We have fostered a great avenue for men to join in serving all of these very important areas. We are dedicated to building fellowship, bonds, and spiritual leadership, by providing a place where men can share in both spiritual and personal growth. Join us in any of the many activities we either sponsor or participate in, or start by coming to our next event. For more information, contact Steve Hartt (email@example.com).
Sharpening men’s devotion to Christ through discipleship, fellowship and service.
A Congregation of ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians.
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