Join Living Water’s men as we gather together in enriching times of fellowship.

We are committed to providing opportunities for Christian fellowship. This takes many forms within the congregation. There are opportunities to join prayer, attend annual Christian conventions and retreats, Men’s breakfasts, and many other outings and activities.

These functions provide fellowship, interaction, opportunities for dialogue, mentoring, and Bible teaching that seek to encourage growth in our Christian character and in all the implications of being a disciple of Jesus Christ.

We are committed men who recognize our need for God’s help. We gather in Christ’s Name in an atmosphere of trust, equality and sincerity to share personal feelings and experiences. We unconditionally accept each other and prayerfully support one another.

We pray for loved ones and friends in need, we share experiences in dealing with life’s challenges, and we support each other in our attempts to deepen our relationship with the Lord.

We commit ourselves to:
1* Growing closer to Jesus Christ.
2* Encouraging and challenging each other, as brethren in Christ, to grow and increase unto holiness and righteous living.
3* Further our understanding of our Christian faith.
4* Encourage each other to be the spiritual heads of our families in ways that our wives, children, and families may grow spiritually with us.

Together we help each other to become the “Living Stones” through which we grow, increase, and exemplify the Life and Love of Christ. Our goal is to encourage one another to pursue God and become equipped for spiritual service, first in our homes to our families, then to the church, our work-place, our community, and then to the world.

As men, we help each other to face all the challenges that come along daily in seeking to be all that God wants us to be. The roles that we have as children of God, husbands, fathers, and workers are all equally important. New Life’s men’s ministry seeks to be a resource, providing opportunities that will enhance your relationship with God and others.

We are brothers in Christ, honoring God, our family, our church, and our community through our love and service in Jesus’ name.