Chuck Beck and David Sandefer



"We are about challenging and equipping men to follow Christ and serve their families, their church, and the community."



Sometimes life is hard. It’s exhausting and lonely at times. Whether we like to admit it or not, we all struggle with some form of fear, anxiety, doubt, shame, or something else from time to time. That’s where men’s ministry comes in. We are striving to become TRUE AUTHENTIC GODLY MEN who are the spiritual leaders of our homes!!! We want to help you find a sense of belonging with other men who are going through some of the same things. We want to learn God’s word together and practically apply it in our daily lives. We want to help encourage you and stand with you as you make changes in your life to be a difference maker in the life of those around you. We realize that if there is ever going to be a TRUE revival in the churches of the world, it must start with the men who are members of it.


Monthly Men's Breakfast


Join us for the Men’s Breakfast!

Scheduled on the second Saturday of every month at 7:30am. This it is a time we set aside to come together, as MEN to pray, sing, share our testimonies, hear a message from scripture and Fellowship over a great meal! We have open discussions on how we can move outside the four walls of our church to serve others with the love of Jesus Christ. We expect every man who attends the breakfast come prepared to be H.O.T.

  • Honest

  • Open

  • Transparent

"We are learning from God and His Word how to have a powerful prayer life that will impact us personally and make a difference in the world. You will be blessed!"




             EVERY OCTOBER!! 



1. “I think it’s one of the times in a given year where guys are able to get away and think about life, faith, family – their roles as husbands and fathers, or boyfriends or whatever – and to re-calibrate all those things in light of what God is calling them to. I think it’s an opportunity to evaluate whether they are really being the men God has called them to be or not.”

2. “The teaching is focused on the very specific topic of being a man. On a normal Sunday I teach the Bible in a way that addresses a varying degree of issues, topics, challenges, etc., but on the Men’s Retreat I get the opportunity to focus specifically on what the Bible has to say to men and that has historically been huge for the guys. They go home feeling a little beat up and challenged, but encouraged, re-invigorated to focus on what God has in front of them…loving and following Jesus with more integrity and passion than they come up there with and that is huge!”

3. “God knew what he was saying when he said, “It’s not good for man to be alone.” In isolation men sin and do dumb things. The church is a community where men and women are meant to do life together. The retreat is a great time to build community and meet some people. In a church our size it’s often difficult to develop meaningful relationships, and this is one of the best opportunities in a given year for guys to do that.”