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Men's Breakfast

Hope Men’s Breakfast is an inspiring time of fellowship and Bible Study that serves to equip and affirm men in their roles at home, at work and on mission. Doors open and coffee served at 6:15 am, breakfast served at 6:30 am.

Fall 2021 Schedule:

  • 9/10 Identity and Mission; the measure of a man
  • 9/17 Men at Home
  • 9/24 Men at Work
  • 10/01 Men on the Move
  • 10/08 Say So
  • 10/15 Taking Flight; the ambition of a man
  • 10/22 Crosswind: maintaining focus and avoiding drift
  • 10/29 Drag: staying motivated and energized
  • 11/05 True Airspeed: the value of awareness and perspective
  • 11/12 IFR: the disciplines we need for what matters most
  • 11/19 CAVU: living with Hope in a critical world
  • 11/26 Thanksgiving Break
  • 12/03 Mountain Men: Living above the fray
  • 12/10 Say So

We encourage men to participate in a small group to allow friendships to develop, conversation to continue and to provide a place for encouragement and challenge as well as an opportunity to pray for one another. Groups can meet at any time or place, depending on the needs and schedules of the men. To find a group, email us at men@hopechurchmemphis.com.

Know Your Story…

Ever find yourself wondering “What happened?” Or feeling like your life resembles a movie you walked into halfway through? There is stuff going on, but it’s not clear where things are headed. This characterizes the story of many men. We are willing, but just not sure what exactly is going on or what is being asked of us.  And the last thing we want is something else we might fail at.

Live a Better Story…

Many of the pictures we have of men are either idealized or marginalized. Consequently, most of the environments men find themselves in either expect perfection or nothing at all. Jesus had a question for his first followers in John 1:38. “What do you want?” Our experience is that most men want to be better men and fail in an effort to be perfect men. We believe that 1 degree of change equates great movement over time. So we are in it for the long haul.

Tell your story…

Men are motivated by compelling conversations and compelling experiences.  We usually need some level of risk or investment to be “all in.” This is why the goal is not to get guys to show up to more meetings.  As we learn who God is and what He is up to, we are drawn toward how our lives may impact others. Leadership development, service projects, mission trips, events and adventures create environments and experiences where we can answer the question Jesus asked Peter in Matt 16:15: “Who do you say that I am?”

 

Men's Staff

Steve Tilleros

Marriage & Family/Men's Ministry Pastor

All Staff, Marriage & Family Ministry, Men's Ministry