Men

First McKinney MEN

Helping men gain moMENtum as they follow Christ daily
 

MAN UP BREAKFAST 

Nov 9   |   Gym, 6:15am (doors open 6:00am, food line begins 6:15am)
Menu: Breakfast Tacos from Rudys BBQ, Coffee, Orange Juice, Fruit
Cost:  $5  Click HERE to register.  Email rob@firstmckinney.com, if you have any questions. 
 
We hope you will join us for our monthly Men's Breakfast. Each month we will be taking a look at one of "the 12" Disciples.  There will be a different guest speaker each month helping us find out how much we are really like "the 12". Make plans to join us as we get to know these ordinary men, who were Christ's strategy for the Gospel to be spread. Come find out which disciple will be our focus this month.
 

 
Men's Studies
Oct 10-Nov 14
 
Authentic Manhood – 33 The Series: A Man and His Work
Wednesdays, 6:30pm-7:45pm   |   Room 1207 (Balcony classroom)
Email John at  johntshapiro@bellsouth.net to sign up.

Work and career play a major role in the life of every man. This volume of 33 The Series begins by recognizing the obstacles and tensions that men can experience in their work-lives and then unfolds a process that helps men move beyond the conventional perspective of work that can lead to dead ends and frustration. It leads them to a bigger, biblical vision of work that goes back to God's original intentions.


Thriving in Babylon (a study of Daniel) 
Wednesdays, 6:30pm-7:45pm   |   Room 1208 (Balcony classroom)
To sign up, email Eddie at andersoneddie6284@gmail.com
 
These are confusing times for many Christians. Traditional biblical values are not only rejected; it seems as if they're attacked on every front, leaving many of us spiritually and culturally disoriented or even fearful, frustrated, and angry. How can we spiritually survive in an increasingly spiritually hostile environment? And is there any hope for the next generation?

In this series, Larry Osborne introduces us to a man forced to live in a fast-changing and godless society. This man faced fears about the future, concern for his safety, and the discouragement of a world that seemed to be falling apart. That man was Daniel, and with the power of hope, humility, and wisdom, he not only survived, but thrived. 

Each session also includes real-life stories of people struggling to thrive in an ever-increasing godless society. Though Daniel lived thousands of years ago, he has much to teach us today.