Act Like Men
MARCH 5, 2011 at Veritas Church in Columbus Ohio.
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THE PURPOSE of Act Like Men is to challenge men to fight for the radical transformation of the gospel of Jesus Christ in their personal lives. This will include examining how Jesus expects men to take responsibility and lead in their homes, their families, their churches, and culture; to be responsible and honor Christ in their use of time and their finances, and to be wise in career and life decisions. The Apostle Paul exhorted the men in the Corinthian church to be watchful, to stand firm in the faith, to act like men, and to be strong (1 Corinthians 16:13). Above all, men will be challenged to examine their lives and to kill sin wherever the Holy Spirit makes it known through conviction.
THE THEME of this year’s conference is ‘CULTIVATE: Godliness is Manliness.’ Men were created to cultivate, starting with our father Adam. We are still called to cultivate our wives, our children, our work, our churches, and our own souls and minds. At Act Like Men 2011 we are going to be challenged by our speakers to strive to instill rhythms in our lives in order to fulfill, by God’s grace, our call to cultivate.
9:00-10:15 Session 1: CULTIVATE: Reponsibility W/ Dave Dorr
10:20-11:20 Session 2: CULTIVATE: Humility W/ Kevin Jamison
11:30-12:00 Q & A Panel W/ Nick Nye
1:00-1:45 Breakout Sessions:
- CULTIVATE: Church Planting Roundtable — Dustin Neeley, Jerry Funston, Kurt Hannah & Michael Clary
- CULTIVATE: Spiritual Disciplines – Noel Heikkinen
- CULTIVATE: Missionary Mindset – Gary Aston
- CULTIVATE: Rhythms of Rest – Chad Lewis
- CULTIVATE: Worship Leaders: Joe Byler, Phil Wing,
- CULTIVATE: Community – Brad Snyder, Michael Crow, Jason Wing
2:00-3:00 Session 3: CULTIVATE: Prayer
3:00-4:00 Q & A Panel W/ Nick Nye
4:00-5:00 Session 4: CULTIVATE: The Gospel W/ Steve Timmis
MORE INFO >> http://actlikemencolumbus.com/