Men's Life

Men's Life

Men’s Life is for all men, no matter what faith. It doesn't even matter whether you go to church. The fact is, we’d like to see lots of new faces. Our doors are open to all – from the 20’s on up.

New for Summer 2017: 

Lincoln’s Battle with God by Stephen Mansfield
a 5-week book study of the life and faith of Abraham Lincoln

Much has been written about the life of Abraham Lincoln. This book by Stephen Mansfield seeks to explore the faith of Lincoln and his relationship with God. What we learn is that Lincoln was not unlike many of us. He had a childhood that was influenced by the beliefs of his parents. He had a young adulthood of faith exploration. Events of the rest of his life formed and changed his faith and view of God. But what is perhaps most telling, are the last words he spoke to his wife before he was killed. Come explore Lincoln’s life with us and perhaps use it as a way of taking a new look at your own faith journey.

WHEN: July 11th-August 8th, Tuesday’s, 6:00-7:30am
WHAT: Coffee, Juice and pastries + Short talk about the topic for the week with large/small group discussions
SCHEDULE:
July 11th A Mother’s Legacy
July 18th Lincoln’s Alma Mater
July 25th The ‘Infidel’
August 1st On Wings of Grief
August 8th The Haunting of Graves

Our facilitator: Andy Meyer

Andy is relatively new to the area and to First Pres. He moved to Longmont from Iowa in January of this year and began attending First Pres in February. He joined Men’s Life and attended the rest of the year. Prior to moving to Longmont his career was spent running a variety of businesses, and he eventually ended up working with a venture capital firm helping to make and manage investments in start-up companies. This past semester he was involved in teaching entrepreneurship to MBA students at CU. He enjoys biking, backpacking and most things outdoors. He also enjoys singing in two local vocal ensembles. He is a strong advocate of the value of men’s small groups and men’s ministry and looks forward to sharing that as part of this class.
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Men's Life Summer Edition

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Looking ahead to the Fall

Please join us each Tuesday, (Oct-Mar) from 5:45–7:30am in Oerter Hall for breakfast, entertaining film clips, stimulating talks, lively discussions, small groups, and practical applications. Year 11 of Men's Life (2017-2018) will start in October so watch this page for details as the time approaches.

The 2016-2017 classes ended on March 7th with an outstanding Celebration Breakfast. If you would like to get a glimpse into Men's Life, click here to view our 2016-17 photo album.

Looking back at 2016-17 Men's Life

 

2016-17 Men's Life: "Wake up and Grow!"

Take a look at your life.  How close is it to what you'd like it to be? Now take a look at Jesus' life.  On spiritual journey we are asking a different question. How close is your life to his? Some of us need a jump start. Some of us need a kick start.  Some of us need a kick in the pants. And some of us may need a helping hand.

Our Teaching Leader

 Rev. Dave Pascoe is a member of First Pres, and a retired pastor. He served churches in Washington and Nevada prior to his retirement and move to Lafayette with his wife Deborah. He formed and led the men's ministry at his last church in Nevada. He and Deborah have two children and four grandchildren.  

Morning Schedule

  • 5:45-6:00  Breakfast
  • 6:00-6:15  Opening comments and announcements
  • 6:15-6:45  Teaching time
  • 6:45-7:30  Small group time

Series Fee (17 weeks)*

All materials plus a breakfast of oatmeal, pastries, fruit, yogurt, coffee and other beverages, juice as well as a banquet at the end of the year.

  • $60 for entire year (16 weeks)
  • $30 for one semester (8 weeks) 

* If these fees present a financial problem, please contact Men’s Ministry at 303.885.2903 for scholarship assistance.

Listen to Talks

Missed a talk or want to share it with a friend? Each week the talks are posted here on our media page.

Questions?

Contact Steve Cartwright at 303.885.2903.

Men's Life Registration

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