MEN'S MINISTRY

JIM LOMBARDI, MEN'S MINISTRY LEADER

“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” – Proverbs 27:17

Throughout the year, the men of Crossroads gather together to fellowship, grow and serve others. The ministry meets on Monday evenings by Zoom, sharing fellowship at 6:00pm-8:15pm. On Thursday mornings at 6:30am, a group of men gather on Zoom to read, discuss and apply the teachings of Christian leaders. Annually in November we attend Man Camp at Camp Berea in Hebron, NH where we join hundreds of men from the region for a weekend of recreation and spiritual growth. For more information about Men's Ministry, contact Jim Lombardi or Ralph Zazula

RALPH ZAZULA, MEN'S BOOK GROUP FACILITATOR

The Thursday Morning Men’s Book Group offers an opportunity for men to grow deeper in faith in the company of other men who are reading through a Christ centered book together. Each week the men read a chapter or section of the current book and then come together to discuss and share observations. We start with a time of fellowship at 6:30am and begin the book discussion at 7:00am. Check out what we are reading!

"At this time, we have adapted temporarily and we gather in our own homes through the Zoom App.  Please contact me to be invited into the ZOOM Book Group Meeting!" 

Ralph Zazula

MEN'S MINISTRY

CORE VALUES

The Men’s Ministry exists to help men develop deep, Christ-centered relationships with one another. Crossroads Men seek Christian accountability through one-on-one and small group partnerships.

CREATING FAITH-BASED FRIENDSHIPS

A FAITH-FILLED MEETING PLACE FOR MEN

HELP FAMILIES THROUGH MEN'S MINISTRY

WHAT DOES JESUS SAY ABOUT MEN'S FRIENDSHIP?

 

 

Jesus is our greatest model of male friendship. He initiated relationships and he invited men to be with him (Mark 3:14). He continually asked thought-provoking questions. He loved his disciples with brotherly affection (John 13:1). He calls us his friends (John 15:13–15). He also gives us the great privilege of reflecting and enjoying this kind of true friendship to other men. Drew Hunter

AN INVITATION FROM MEN'S MINISTRY

ATTEND A SUNDAY SERVICE 

Come and kick the tires on Sunday morning! We are a welcoming church and you can meet some of the Crossroads men at Fellowship Hour, 

  • Come as you are

  • Bring your family, or come by yourself


On-campus services temporarily suspended,

Sundays 10:00am streaming live on Facebook.

On alternate Monday evenings we start at 6:00pm with dinner and then have a discussion of the sermon from the prior Sunday, or discuss a topic.

  • We do the cooking, you enjoy the comraderie

  • Build faith relationships with Christian men


Mondays, 6:00pm-8:15pm

Zoom Meeting

Start your Thursdays with an inspiring meeting with a group of men seeking a deeper faith walk. Together we read and discuss a book.

  • Start your day in the Word and with friends

  • Have a cup of joe, take your faith a step deeper


Thursdays 6:30am Fellowship, 7:00am Discussion

via Zoom.

MEN'S BOOK GROUP - NEW BOOK APRIL 29!

"At this time, we are gathering in our own homes through the ZOOM App.  Please contact me to be invited into the ZOOM Meeting!"  Ralph Zazula

 

Find deliverance from the destructive effects of the spirit of rejection, receive love and acceptance, and finally obtain healing once-and-for-all.

Best-selling author John Eckhardt addresses a common wound that everyone experiences, often early in life. It is the sense of being unwanted and unable to receive love from others. You will break free from manifestations of rejection such as perfectionism, fear, withdrawing from life, pride, self-reliance, people pleasing, lust, insecurity, inferiority, shame, and more.

 

  • Learn to identify the spirit of rejection and how receiving the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross makes us accepted by God
  • Apply spiritual strategies and renunciation prayers to overcome the spirit of rejection
  • Be emboldened by breakthrough prayers, declarations, strong biblical parallels, and illustrations

 

Thursdays 6:30am Fellowship, 7:00am-8:00am Zoom Book Discussion. More information contact Ralph Zazula.