MEN on the FRONTLINE
TAWM MEN'S MINISTRY
Men on the Frontline (MOTF) is a men’s department of the Abiding Word Ministries whose goal is to provide resources and relevant information to build up men and hence strengthen the whole family.
MOTF believes in the notion, "As go the men, so go the families and so goes the church." God has called men to be the spiritual leader in their families, and we want to equip men's ministries to reach and strengthen men in their churches.
We believe that for our ministry to be effective, we should exhibit the following traits:
Every ministry of the church needs to have Jesus at its core. Jesus is our reason for our existence, and He’s the reason for all we do. Don’t miss this point as you keep Christ at the center of your ministry.
Paul called Timothy to first have the men to pray together. God does an amazing work when men pray together in unity. James 5:16 [NKJV] says, "Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective."
The prayer of righteous, unified men in Christ is powerful beyond our natural means.
We’re called to make disciples, and men’s ministry is an important part of accomplishing that mission.
Paul also emphasized to Timothy the need for men to be at peace with one another as they served Christ together. Relationships take time, honesty, and patience, and an effective men’s ministry has activities and settings that encourage bonding to take place.
The purpose of a men’s ministry is to make disciples of the men we engage. However, this also includes equipping men in our ministry to do the same. We set up mission trips or ministry events that make use of the gifts and experience of the men we have in our ministry.
An effective men’s ministry will make plenty of opportunities available for men to serve others.
Meetings are held once a month, every last Saturday, and we also hold meetings on our conference call feature every fortnight.
Remember what Proverbs 3:13 says, "Blessed is the man who finds wisdom, the man who gains understanding."