The desire of Men’s Ministry at Scottsdale Bible Church is to develop men who love God, love their families, love their fellow believers, and love the lost. We believe that God has called men to love the Lord first and foremost and then to lead their families out of an overflow of that love, and Men’s Ministry exists to come alongside men to help them live out this calling in their lives. Through biblical teaching, personal discipleship, and authentic community, the men of our church can grow together in our walks with the Lord, and see that carry over into our families and impact our world for the Gospel. We have many opportunities throughout the week for discipleship, Bible Study, and community!
Tuesdays, resumes September 13 | 8-9am | North Ridge A2
Contact: Lew Hustead, 425.903.0247 or Scott Crook, 480.619.2559
Join us as we study books, characters and topics of the Bible. The best part of these studies is that we can be ourselves. No matter where you are in your faith, you will fit in perfectly.
THE FORGE | Tuesdays | 6:30pm | North Ridge HSM Room – (final meeting before summer break June 28; program resumes July 26)
Contact: James Delarato
THE FORGE is the first step for men at SBC in moving from being a believer in Jesus to becoming a follower of Jesus. We gather each week to study the Bible and discuss it in a small group setting where men can wrestle with the implications of God’s Word to our day-to-day lives as men, husbands, fathers, and leaders in the church and in our communities. The Forge is where “iron sharpens iron” (Prov. 27:17) and where we “stir up one another to love and good works” (Heb. 10:24).
Thursdays | 6:30–7:30am | North Ridge A2
Contact: Tony Griepentrog, 309.221.8109
This study is now meeting on Zoom and in person, for those who feel comfortable. It is a great place for guys who want to get a Bible study in before they head off to work!
The Helping Hands ministry exists to support those in our congregation and the community who have limited financial resources or physical restrictions. Our group of volunteers are available for projects such as small household repairs, landscaping needs, or assistance with computers or electronic equipment as well as occasional help with meals or donations of household items.
Thank you for understanding that our ability to fill your request depends on a myriad of factors including availability of appropriately skilled volunteers, scheduling coordination, and the scope of the request. Helping Hands volunteers hold a current cleared background check; scheduling of a job assumes our volunteers will be held harmless.