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Men’s Ministries: EquipMENt
Are you looking for a way to grow and discuss spiritual things? Would you like to be discipled or have someone come along side you to "coach" you as you navigate the day-to-day journey? Contact Pastor Greg Braly for more information or to request a "coach."
Bedrock focuses on a three-year revolving curriculum, discussing "bedrock" issues relevant to men (manhood, husband and father roles, workplace excellence, family mission and fundamentals of discipleship). Learn more >>
Oaks 1 and 2 are the capstone experience in men's ministry engagement at NHC. These are intensive discipleship and leadership training programs for NHC men, designed to produce disciples and disciplers exponentially. There is also a modified "Oaks light" version avaialble. Learn more >>
Calling men of all ages to join in encouragement and edification through the ongoing study of the Word of God in "Living Stones" Monday night men's Bible study. Learn more >>
Men's Friday Bible Study
The Men's Friday Bible Study is for senior gentlemen interested in great fellowship and spiritual growth. They meet on Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Room (lower level). Contact Bob Anderson at 763-546-9172.
Monday Night Ministries
For anyone (open to both men and women) looking to explore or get back to the basics of Christianity, Monday Nights is the place for you. Discover or rediscover the foundations of faith. This is group is geared as an outreach opportunity and provides encouragement to those wanting to further establish foundational doctrines to their Christian walk. Learn more >>
GV Fellowship is a workplace-flavored series of events that meets on Tuesday mornings at the Golden Valley Country Club. This breakfast group, partnered with our friends from The Navigators and FaithSearch International, is joined by guest speakers, such as Adrian Van Vactor and Jeff Siemon, and is geared toward outreach and evangelism. Learn more >>
The Grizzly Den
Formerly known as "The Woodshed," this group of New Hope Church men meet on Saturday mornings for great food, substantive practical study and conversation. Studies vary in length and topic. Learn more >>