About the Men's Ministry
The Men’s Ministry serves as a crucial portion of the mission arm at Charity Baptist Church. Through this ministry, men have the opportunity to be involved in the mission field in which God has called every believer to partake.
Over the years God has blessed the Men’s Ministry and will continue to do so as long as we are working for Jesus Christ.
Here's a quick look at some of what our Men's Ministry Team has been involved with lately:
We take pride in the grounds of our church, and want to maintain it as the first representation of our church that people see when they come. We frequently meet on Saturday mornings to work on the grounds of the church, doing everything from keeping our parking lots and planted areas cleaned up to working on our park area, making sure that our grounds are clean and safe for anyone who would like to visit.
We are blessed with a fantastic team that keeps us well fed on Wednesday nights, and sometimes we like to do our part by giving them a break and cooking the Wednesday night meal. This is usually in the form of barbecue, and it presents a great opportunity for our Men’s Ministry to fellowship and spend time together as we cook.
We host annual fundraisers that benefit our children and youth. Being a strong ally to the Banks County Christian Learning Center, we often use the proceeds from these fundraisers to benefit the CLC and continue its mission of integrating the Gospel Message into our schools.
Charity takes pride in being careful stewards of the resources that God has given us, including our church building. The Men’s Ministry is blessed with many trades and talents among its members, and we leverage these skills to perform frequent maintenance on the church to keep it in the best condition possible for as long as possible. The Men’s Ministry often undertakes maintenance and upkeep projects across the church to be good stewards of what God has provided for us.
Our church includes members of all ages, including some that have lost the ability to travel to the physical building on Sunday mornings. In Matthew 18, Jesus explains that the Church is not the building, however – it is the individuals that gather in Jesus’ name (Matthew 18:20). The Men’s Ministry often visits with widows and shut-in’s to minister to them, and provide outreach opportunities such as home repair and building wheel-chair ramps to help our members that may no longer be able to do these things themselves.
We appreciate the teachers in our community and enjoy being able to minister to them. We have a close relationship with Banks County Schools, and occasionally buy breakfast and snacks for the teachers and staff that work in our school system to show our appreciation for their service.
"Be on the alert, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love. "