Men

Fellowship Bible Church continues to explore ways to help men find wholehearted life in Jesus. We have found that this happens best in the context of community, and we believe in the commission that Paul gave to Timothy—invest in faithful men who will in turn be able to invest in others. As Jesus modeled this for us with His twelve disciples, we want to follow Jesus in this same way.

During the year, we have large group events called “Man To Man” where you can connect relationally, be encouraged spiritually, and learn about the various ways that you can continue to grow and serve as men in our body.

We also offer a number of classes and small groups that meet on different mornings or evenings throughout the week, which you can find below.

Man To Man Conference Resources

2018 Conference
2019 Conference with Jeff Helton
April 4, 2019 Man To Man with Michael W. Smith
  1. Upcoming

    Events

      Classes

        Fellowship Groups

        Fellowship Groups are small groups for adults, young and old, single or married. Groups primarily meet in homes and they are the primary way to grow and be known by others at Fellowship.

        Local Outreach Opportunities

        We encourage you as Fellowship Men to serve with any of these local partners this year. All allow you as a man to lead, mentor, disciple, and use your passions and skills to serve those who need strong men in their lives.

        Men of Valor

        Men of Valor is committed to winning men in prison to Jesus Christ and discipling them. Their purpose is to equip the men to re-enter society as men of integrity—becoming givers to the community rather than takers. Men are needed to walk with these men in prison and those in the Men of Valor aftercare and re-entry program, through discipleship, mentoring, and leading Bible studies, small groups, and life skills classes.

        Franktown Open Hearts

        Franktown has many weekly after school, evening, and weekend opportunities. Their focus in engaging with the at-risk youth they serve is primarily spiritual and vocational/life-skills based programming. If you have a particular hobby, skill set, or passion, Franktown wants you to share that passion with the students they serve. Their concentration is to provide caring adults to “be Jesus” to these students who often lack healthy role models in their lives. Franktown works with students in inner-city Franklin.

        Preston Taylor Ministries (PTM)

        PTM has many after school, evening, and weekend opportunities to engage with at-risk youth they serve through academic, recreational, and spiritual programs. PTM’s big focus is helping kids connect with a caring adult. If you have flexible lunch breaks—volunteer as a lunch buddy, which allows you to meet with a student on a regular basis at his/her cafeteria for lunch. PTM works with students in inner-city Nashville.

        Staff

        1. Jeff Runion
          Pastor of Men’s Discipleship and Leadership Development
          jrunion@fbctn.org
          615-347-7595