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When planning your next men's group project or event, the Men's NetWork has two different places to keep your audience informed online—both before and after the event.

First of all, from the Men's NetWork website, click on the "More Stuff" button and choose "Find a Group Near You." There you'll find men's group details such as who they are, when they meet, etc. You'll read comments like "Our meetings include worship, prayer, Bible study, discussion, encouragement, and a tasty pot luck dinner. We are into building Christ-centered relationships and seek to be part of what God is doing in our city and communities."

Here too is where you can tell us what your group is doing. You do this by clicking the "Events" button and choosing "Local and Regional Calendars." This is for specific stuff like "We're having our men's retreat this year on March 20-22." Then you can give specifics like what to expect, who's going to be there, activities scheduled, etc. Once you have it planned, make sure you submit the information online (just follow the instructions) to let us know, so we can then add it to our website. This space is for events or activities with a "begin" and "end" date. You never know, there might be guys in your area looking for a men's group—and a church to go along with it.

Once these items are submitted and reviewed, the three most recent men's groups and three nearest upcoming events will automatically post on the Men's NetWork home page, in the right-hand column.

To take it a step further, after your "event" you'll receive an email request to send us pictures of how your activity went (like the pic on the front page). Once we get those photos and a brief summary from you, they can go live on our "Braggin' Rights" page—and might very well make it into the e-newsletter, too.

For a look at what other men's groups are doing, click here for the Men's NetWork's Braggin' Rights page.

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