Men

Men

At Ingleside, men of all ages and life stages are encouraged to committed involvement and leadership opportunities throughout our congregation. From the platform in worship, within Bible studies, classes, and groups, as leaders serving in ongoing programs and special events, and on trips around the world, men are encouraged to live their lives as fully-devoted followers of Christ.

Occasional events such as the Golf Tournament in the fall and the Fishing Tournament in the spring provide an opportunity for men to fellowship in a recreation environment. Next Generation Team relationship events such as the Father-Daughter Dinner in the spring and the Father-Son event in the fall seek to enhance the influence of a man as a dad. Bible studies throughout the year and the Men’s Hike, currently offered twice a year, challenge men to follow Christ more authentically. For more information, contact the Discipleship office with any questions at dpeterson@ingleside.org.

MEN'S HIKE 



Men's Hike is much more than a hike! We offer hikes in the spring and the fall.  
You’ll be challenged physically and spiritually through this mountaintop experience that matters for your everyday life!
Hikes are offered in the spring and the fall.

Have questions? Contact David Peterson for more information.

MEN'S Bible Studies

Men's studies launch in August and January. 

Have you ever thought your life is beyond repair or wondered if God could use your brokenness for good? We all tend to look and search for purpose in our pain and suffering. In this Bible study, Noe Garcia takes participants on a journey through Romans 8, which many scholars believe is the greatest chapter in the Bible. Noe shares his life story and experiences of abuse, depression, and overwhelming hopelessness. He reveals how God redeemed, repaired, and restored him. Through Romans 8, he'll help you understand Christ's transformative power to repurpose hurt and brokenness for your good and His glory.
Wednesdays, beginning August 10* (join anytime)
Led by William Etheridge and David Musolf
6:30 p.m. | W-107
You can register for this study here.