Man Cards ~ Ideal as Ice-breakers and Conversation Starters
We've heard of them being given out at airports, men's group meetings, Regional Outreach Conferences, on the golf course, to taxi drivers, and a few other places as well. The newly designed Men's NetWork Man Cards are fun and easy to use: just pass one along to guys who could use a chuckle and who understand the high standards to which men in general seek to excel.

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Good WORK DAY Candidates Are Everywhere
Three months from now the third Men's NetWork WORK DAY will kick off across North America on Saturday, April 25. The task here is simple: get together with your men's group and come up with a game plan for your efforts. Will you do one good-sized job? Can you break up into groups and tackle a few, smaller tasks? Are you wondering who might benefit most from your services? Be sure to ask around. Think beyond the usual suspects on this one (community or public service projects qualify nicely). Is there a shelter in your area that could use your assistance and expertise? They'd be glad to hear from you! Creativity is the name of the game here and remember -- think outside the church, if possible.

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Cast a Wider Net: Fish for Anglers This Year
This marks year number seven for the Men's NetWork North American Fishing Tournament. While the objective of catching fish remains the same, this year we're focusing on those who do the fishing. Stated another way, this tournament was originally envisioned as a fun and natural opportunity for guys to invite their buddies, casual acquaintances, and family members to join them. The thought was this neighborly invite and time spent together would yield some positive results in terms of interaction and, perhaps, even some extended invitations to church.

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Meditating on the Savior's Passion
Lutheran Hour Ministries' English and Spanish Lenten devotions are suited for individual or group reflection. They are also ideal as pass-along texts for friends and family. For the apostle Paul, sharing the Lenten story was paramount to his mission, as is evident from what he wrote the Corinthians: "For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God" (1 Corinthians 1:18).

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Project Connect Booklet Tackles PTSD
In the booklet, The Conflict at Home: Confronting PTSD by Lutheran Church -- Missouri Synod Pastor and Chaplain Steven Hokana, the psychological and physical upheaval of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is candidly discussed. Hokana gives hope for the person embattled by PTSD to push on, to fight the good fight that can only be waged and fully won through Jesus Christ.

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Judgmental to a Fault


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Men's NetWork Bible Studyl:: Regrets, Reality, Restoration
(Includes subtitles in English)The simple truth is life is full of regrets. Imprinted on our psyches, some resist all attempts at erasure. What do we do when the condemning memory of past offense(s) won't be silenced? Is there a way out beyond our backstory? Regrets, Reality, Restoration shows there is, by sharing the life stories of those who have found resolution and victory over the heartache of their pasts.



Our Newest Men's NetWork Groups

St. Peter's Lutheran
Riceville, IA

Cross View Men's Ministry
Edina, MN

United Men's (NWA)
Fayetteville, AR

Trinity Men
Huntley, IL

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WI, Green Bay: Men's Ministry Steak Fry
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FL, Boca Raton: St Paul, BOCA - Men's Weekend
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IL, Belvidere: 4th Annual Men''s Retreat - Beast Feast - Father''s Bring Your Son''s and Son''s Bring you Fathers
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