We want to create a journey of faith/culture that:

  • brings men into a relationship with Jesus Christ
  • trains men up to develop a healthy relationship with Jesus Christ
  • sends men out to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ

We recognize that:

  • men have been created with unique personalities, abilities, interests, backgrounds, and experiences
  • with each life stage men’s responsibilities change
  • each man is on a different stage of their journey of faith in their relationship with Jesus Christ
  • All of these affect how our men implement this culture of faith in their daily lives.
  • All activities, events, processes, and projects for men at FBC are designed to promote this journey of faith concept.

Tuesday Morning Bible Study

Our pastor, Dr. Stephen Hatfield, leads a Bible study on Tuesday mornings in the Choir Room. The study goes verse-by-verse through a book of the Bible. Join us at 6:30am-7:15am. Coffee is provided, please bring a Bible.

Prayer Breakfast

It is great time of fellowship and encouragement with other Christian men. We have a short Bible study on prayer, and then we pray for the needs in our lives, church, community, nation, and world—all followed by a country breakfast together.

We are learning from God and His Word how to have a powerful prayer life that will impacts us personally, and make a difference in the world. 

  Our 2017 dates are:

  • August 12, 2017 at 7am
  • November 11, 2017 at 7am

The Fellowship: Manly Discipline 

This Saturday experience offers men the opportunity to discover some disciplines of faith. followed by the chance to spend time at the gun range. September 9, 2017

12 Ordinary Men

Our executive pastor, Dr. Brad Williamson, will be leading 12 Ordinary Men. This study of the twelve disciples Jesus chose: - fisherman, tax collectors, political zealots - and he turned their weakness into strength, producing greatness from utter uselessness. These principles are from Christ's careful, hands-on training of the original twelve disciples for today's modern disciple - you. Join us on Sunday nights at 5:15pm. September 2017