We can be your Men’s Ministry, or be your semi-annual event.

"The most holistic approach to discipleship I have ever experienced. It combines the relational, spiritual, mental and physical into a one manageable effort instead of doing them in separate seasons of life that will create a lifestyle and not just a 10 week experience.
#experienceTHEchange"

Ty RogersDiscipleship Pastor @ Crossroads Church - Kokomo, IN

We do the heavy lifting,

Admin work,

And event planning,

so you can minister, build relationships, and disciple your men.

 

 

According to the Website of “Washington Area Coalition of Men’s Ministry”

  • When a mother comes to Christ, her family will join her at church only 17% of the time; but when a father comes to Christ, his family joins him 93% of the time
  • 95% of men say they don’t have male friends; less than 1/3 of men in church say they have a friend;
  • There are 113,000,000 men in America over the age of 15
  • 69,000,000 of these men make no profession of faith in  Christ
  • 90 million men are not involved in any kind of discipleship. Only 6 million men are involved in discipleship-only 1 out of every 18 men.
  • The typical U.S. Congregation draws an adult crowd that’s 61% female, 39% male. This gender gap shows up in all age categories.
  • On any given Sunday there are 13 million more adult women than men in America’s churches.
  • This Sunday almost 25 percent of married, churchgoing women will worship without their husbands.
  • Midweek activities often draw 70 to 80 percent female participants.
  • The majority of church employees are women (except for ordained clergy, who are overwhelmingly male).
  • Over 70 percent of the boys who are being raised in church will abandon it during their teens and twenties. Many of these boys will never return.
  • More than 90 percent of American men believe in God, and five out of six call themselves Christians. But only two out of six attend church on a given Sunday. The average man accepts the reality of Jesus Christ, but fails to see any value in going to church.
  • Churches overseas report gender gaps of up to 9 women for every adult man in attendance.
  • Christian universities are becoming convents. The typical Christian college in the U.S. enrolls almost 2 women for every 1 man.
  • Fewer than 10% of U.S. churches are able to establish or maintain a vibrant men’s ministry.
  • Fewer than 1% of churchgoing men participate in any sort of ongoing men’s ministry program
  • As many as 70% of men have actively sought out pornography this year
  • 93% of all people incarcerated are and 85% of them have no father figure
  • As many Christians will divorce as non-Christians
  • 33% of the 72 million children in America will go to bed without their biologocal in the home
  • Fatherless children are five times as likely to live in poverty, repeat a grade and have emotional problems
  • 4 out of 5 students in evangelical churches will drop out of church by their senior year in high school
  • 95% of men who attend a conference make a life changing decision
    60% get connected to a small group

    25% make a first decision for Christ
For every ten men in the church
  • 9 will have kids who leave the church
  • 8 will not find their jobs satisfying
  • 6 will pay the monthly minimum on their credit cards
  • 5 will have a major problem with pornography
  • 4 will get divorced affecting 1,000,000 per year
As many as 90% of the boys who are being raised in church will abandon it by their 20th birthday. Many of these boys will never return.
 
90 percent of children ages 8 to 16 have been exposed to Internet pornography, most often while doing homework?
– Family Safe Media
 
At least 70 percent of Christian men and 20 percent of women struggle with Internet pornography?
– Christianity Today, Today’s Christian Woman, “Pornified” by Pamela Paul
 
75% of volunteers are women (one mainline pastor said it was 99% in his church)
90% of boys check out of church by age 20
The average ratio of men to women in Christian colleges is about 1 male to every 3 females
Only about 10% of churches have a men’s ministry.

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