by Alex Walker
Men need men.
So do wives, sons, and daughters. So does the church. But for men to be who God wants them to be, men need godly men.
Godly men are not like the world; instead, they work to “turn the world upside down” Acts 17:6. Trent Scott’s t-shirt design for Incite Men’s Ministry has a clever double meaning that speaks to our choice of the name “Incite” for the ministry – “Incite: a movement of God’s men.” It is both the name of the program and what we want to do. We want to incite action, change, and growth as Chritian men so that we become the disciples, leaders, husbands, and fathers that God wants us to be.
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. Breakfast starts at 6:30 a.m., and we dismiss at 7:30 a.m. This venue provides a unique opportunity to address matters that cannot be covered in regular Sunday or Wednesday Bible study. We typically have a speaker followed by small group discussions. Since Incite began in 2014, we have studied and discussed marriage, grief, purity, leadership, accountability, racism, materialism, trauma, fatherhood, pride, spiritual goal setting, eldership, gender issues, anger, spiritual discipline, kindness, modesty, and so much more. Most of the speakers have are from the Estes family, but a guest speaker is not uncommon. Past guest speakers have included Larry Ivery, Barry England, Matt Cook, Ralph Gilmore, Sam Jones, Paul Johnson, Roy Sharp, and many others.
Incite helps build relationships with other Christian men. It helps us tackle subjects that must be talked about to handle the challenges and opportunities of today’s world. We are instructed to bear one another’s burdens, Gal. 6:2, and some burdens are best carried with other men. Proverbs 27:17 says “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” Building inter-personal, God-honoring, Bible-centered relationships between Christian brothers sharpens all involved.
All ages are welcome. Please join us.
P. S. We serve bacon.