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How to Get Men to Church

Deer season is a hump we get over, but a year-long lack of men in Sunday worship is a serious problem in many churches today. Scripture and the social sciences teach us that the absence of a father is debilitating to the human family. So also the Family of God needs fathers, sons, grandfathers, and brothers to be healthy.

We might be tempted to consider male absence a problem beyond the capacity of pastoral strategies to remedy. After all, we may think, it’s produced by a tidal wave of cultural forces far beyond our ability to control. Yet pastors can take specific steps to stem the tide; specific strategies will help us keep men in our fellowships. While not exhaustive, here’s a list of four that have worked in my own experience.  Read more

by, Tim Bayly



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