Men of the Covenant

The Men’s Ministry of Briarwood Presbyterian Church is called “Men of the Covenant,” and our goal is to ensure that our church and our families, in this generation and the next, are led by strong, able, Christ-like men. We believe that building men of character and conviction is one of the highest priorities in the mission of the church. Discipleship-oriented courses make up the nucleus of our ministry. Other special events tailored especially for men round out our focus on equipping men to “act like men.” Questions? Please contact Leigh Ann Reese for more information.

…that in everything He might be preeminent (Colossians 1:18).

2014 FALL SMALL GROUP STUDIES

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Mondays at 6:30 a.m.*

Attributes of God
10 Week Study • Taught by various teachers
September 8–November 10 • Fellowship Hall E&F
When we know God as His Word reveals to us we are in awe and led to worship Him. This study will focus on the perfections of God that make Him God and that make Him Holy and different.

Tuesdays at 11:45 a.m.

Jude, I COULD HAVE BEEN A CONTENDER
(Contenders Who are Convincing But Not Contentious)
8 Week Study • Taught by Harry Reeder
September 9–October 28 • T-Waynes, 2409 Acton Road
Are you a contender for the gospel of Jesus Christ? What does it mean to have convictions in your faith as a follower of Christ and stand up for them while maintaining a love for the lost and the false teacher?

Wednesdays at 6:40 p.m.

What Does It Mean To Be a Man?
11 Week Study • Taught by Olan Stubbs
September 3–November 12 • Fellowship Hall E&F
What determines manhood? Do you follow more of a man-centered or Christ-centered view of manhood and what does God’s Word tell us about manhood? “Men” you are strongly encouraged to come and see if you measure up.

Fridays at 6:30 a.m.*

Colossians
8 Week Study • Taught by Frank Barker
September 12–October 31 • Fellowship Hall E&F
Paul makes it clear in the book of Colossians that we gain acceptance with God through Christ only.  Our union with Christ makes us perfect before God and no human traditions are required. Now that we are made perfect in Christ how should the Christian live?

*Coffee and refreshments provided.

For more details on these studies, email lreese@briarwood.org.