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Men’s Ministry (download ministry paper here!)

The North Shore Men’s Ministry is a ministry that is geared towards bringing together the men of our church and the surrounding communities.  Can the church today truly succeed without the active, strong participation of spiritually focused men?  The answer simply is “NO.”  To this end, the North Shore Men’s Ministry, through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, is focusing our effort on developing strong, spiritually-centered men devoted to their families, church, and communities.
We continually look to develop programs, outreach endeavors, social functions, Bible studies, and networking systems that support our vision, mission and goals.  We are interested in all men who want to become a part of this ministry.  Your ideas, thoughts, dreams and visions are welcome.  As the men in our church grow spiritually, so will our church grow and so we hasten the second coming of our Lord Jesus.
·         To provide spiritual strength and unity amongst the men of North Shore Seventh-day Adventist Church.
·         To guide, teach, counsel and mentor other men so they too can become Godly men, faithful fathers, loving husbands, brothers’ keepers, as well as leaders with integrity.

·         To have our matured men be committed and dedicated mentors for our young men.
·         To train our men to be effective priests, loving husbands, and dedicated fathers at home.
·         To increase our respect and appreciation for our women.
·         To help all men & boys develop a richer and deeper relationships with God.

The goal of the Men’s Ministry is to create points of connection that encourage relationships which in turn result in more Godly living.
“The greatest want of the world is the want of men—men who will not be bought or sold, men who in their inmost souls are true and honest, men who do not fear to call sin by its right name, men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole, men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall.”
Ellen Gould White, Education, p. 57