Men's Disciplemaking  is a ministry of the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA). Our purpose is to assist churches in developing healthy ministries to men. We encourage local churches to build effective and intentional methods for creating, capturing and sustaining a ministry to men that is unique to its own situation. To assist churches in building on that framework, we seek best practices and success stories in discipling men from across The Alliance. Our vision is to see churches move men from the community and disciple them into service. The website is based on the "No Man Left Behind" model developed by Man in the Mirror. For more information on the model go to: www.nomanleftbehind.org. 

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April 2017

Empowered to Serve

 Christ is in Me

 You are of God, little children, and have overcome them, because He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world. (1 John 4:4)

 John says that we have (past tense) overcome the forces of evil: Satan and his demons. The forces of evil are active and aggressive. They are consistent in their opposition to us as we advance Christ’s kingdom. 

But John tells us that the indwelling Spirit is greater than any force that opposes the advancement of the gospel. We are called to either accept this statement as either truth or a lie and God cannot lie

 We are conditioned to think in terms of success and failure; victory and defeat. When we encounter opposition our thoughts turn to defeat. We become fearful. But Paul tells Timothy: For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind. (1 Tim1:7)

Have you turned the Holy Spirit loose to do God’s will for your life?

 Who am I? I am an overcomer because Christ is in me.


Up Coming Events

  • Go to Man in the Mirror Event Calendar for the schedule of No Man Left Behind workshops and Man in the Mirror seminars.
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Did you Know?

Church involvement moves people out of poverty. It is also correlated with less depression, more self-esteem and greater family and marital happiness. The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder, 1064, 25 January 1996, www.heritage.org.

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