What happens when a small-town church focuses on men? Read this letter from Billie Keller, a woman who serves as administrator of New Beginnings Community Church, a Free Methodist congregation in upstate New York.
Men are suffering. They’re confused about their roles and their futures. What a perfect opportunity for the church to step forward and offer help.
Church for Men will be producing a video documentary featuring ten congregations that do an outstanding job attracting, retaining, motivating and transforming men.
A lot of otherwise irreligious men (and adult children) get dragged to church by mom on Mothers Day.
Two religions that put special emphasis on men are America’s fastest growing, according to a study released this week.
The pews are packed with folks who don’t normally come. Many of these infrequent guests are men, dragged to church by their wives and mothers. How can your church make an impact on these skittish men?
Grace United Methodist Church was a traditional, graying church. A few years ago the pastor read Why Men Hate Going to Church, and began making a series of subtle changes to make the church more inviting to men. Watch this video to see Grace UMC’s transformation into a church that’s growing in numbers and in mission.…
Unlike previous generations, humor, not music, is young men’s No. 1 form of self-expression.
Church used to be the place that saved your soul; today it’s the place that saves your messed up family.
The “core product” we’ve offered for centuries is falling out of favor with Americans. So we’re rolling out a new one. Unfortunately, this new core product is much more compelling to women than it is to men.