How To Disciple Men (Short and Sweet)

How To Disciple Men (Short and Sweet)

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Each brief chapter is packed with practical advice from leaders who have dedicated their lives to helping men become more like Jesus. Hear their stories. Learn from their mistakes. Profit from their experience. Discover how to:

Teach and reach the male mind.
Build and strengthen your men’s group through missions, road trips, outdoor activities, and marketplace ministry.
Plan, market, produce, and follow up on men’s events.
Minister to men who have lost their job, confess an addiction, or feel like they’re not even welcome at church.
Create a team of prayer warriors.
Mentor effectively and set up practical, authentic accountability.
Engage millennials, and reach across racial lines.
Become a valued partner with your senior pastor.
Ensure your own family takes priority over your ministry.

Gain practical wisdom from Kenny Luck, Josh McDowell, David Murrow, Jim Grassi of Men’s Ministry Catalyst, Brian Doyle of Iron Sharpens Iron, and many more. Collectively, contributors to this handbook have more than a thousand years of experience ministering to men.

How to Disciple Men is a labor of love from NCMM to you. Hey, we’re all in this together.


Amazon’s “About the Author”

The National Coalition of Ministries to Men (NCMM) brings together more than 200 organizations and independent ministers who share a single objective: to connect the men who disciple men. NCMM was founded in 1996, at the height of the Promise Keepers movement. Hundreds of thousands of men were filling stadiums across the nation, hungry to know Jesus. In response, men’s ministries were popping up all over the United States. But many of the men who spearheaded these ministries were isolated from one another. Resources were scarce. Many struggled to survive. The big ministries weren’t able to help the smaller ministries because they didn’t know they existed. Denominational men’s ministries saw a flood of new converts – but lacked the resources and manpower to effectively disciple these men. NCMM was created to connect and encourage these ministries to work together. The goal was to help them do together what no one ministry could do alone. NCMM provides visibility, connection, and growth opportunities for ministry leaders to become more influential in discipling men. Learn more at NCMM.org.

Jay Payleitner is one of the top freelance producers for Christian radio, producing Josh McDowell Radio, Today’s Father, Jesus Freaks Radio, and Project Angel Tree with Chuck Colson. As a nationally known speaker, Jay has led marriage conferences and men’s retreats, keynoted fundraising events, preached at weekend services, and spoken at Iron Sharpens Iron events in ten states. He is a longtime affiliate of the National Center for Fathering and served as Executive Director of the Illinois Fatherhood Initiative. Jay has sold more than half a million books, including the bestselling 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad and What If God Wrote Your Bucket List? He has been a guest multiple times on The Harvest Show, 100 Huntley Street, and Focus on the Family. Track him down at jaypayleitner.com.

David Murrow is the best-selling author of Why Men Hate Going to Church, What Your Husband Isn’t Telling You, How Women Help Men Find God, and The Map: The Way of All Great Men. He is also the founder of Church for Men, an organization that helps congregations reach more men and boys. His website is ChurchForMen.com.

Brett Clemmer’s Amazon review

Brett Clemmer of National Coalition of Ministries to Men says:  I'm a member of NCMM and a chapter author, but it's an honor to get to collaborate on a book with all these amazing people with extensive time "on the ground" helping churches disciple their men as well as engaging in disciple-making personally. This book has 45 chapters separated into 8 sections, including The Case for Ministry to Men, Successful Events, One-on-One Disciple-Making, Men and Small Groups, Ministering to Subgroups, Praying/Teaching/Evangelism, Growing Your Organization and Keeping Yourself Strong. Each chapter is a concise 4-5 pages, which makes it easy to read, short on theory and long on application and solutions.

If you are a men's discipleship leader, pastor or anyone who is involved with helping men grow in their faith, this book will be an incredibly handy reference for you. Full of practical tips, stories and strategies based on tested and tried best practices.

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Each brief chapter is packed with practical advice from leaders who have dedicated their lives to helping men become more like Jesus. Hear their stories. Learn from their mistakes. Profit from their experience. Discover how to:

Teach and reach the male mind.
Build and strengthen your men’s group through missions, road trips, outdoor activities, and marketplace ministry.
Plan, market, produce, and follow up on men’s events.
Minister to men who have lost their job, confess an addiction, or feel like they’re not even welcome at church.
Create a team of prayer warriors.
Mentor effectively and set up practical, authentic accountability.
Engage millennials, and reach across racial lines.
Become a valued partner with your senior pastor.
Ensure your own family takes priority over your ministry.

Gain practical wisdom from Kenny Luck, Josh McDowell, David Murrow, Jim Grassi of Men’s Ministry Catalyst, Brian Doyle of Iron Sharpens Iron, and many more. Collectively, contributors to this handbook have more than a thousand years of experience ministering to men.

How to Disciple Men is a labor of love from NCMM to you. Hey, we’re all in this together.
Amazon’s “About the Author”

The National Coalition of Ministries to Men (NCMM) brings together more than 200 organizations and independent ministers who share a single objective: to connect the men who disciple men. NCMM was founded in 1996, at the height of the Promise Keepers movement. Hundreds of thousands of men were filling stadiums across the nation, hungry to know Jesus. In response, men’s ministries were popping up all over the United States. But many of the men who spearheaded these ministries were isolated from one another. Resources were scarce. Many struggled to survive. The big ministries weren’t able to help the smaller ministries because they didn’t know they existed. Denominational men’s ministries saw a flood of new converts – but lacked the resources and manpower to effectively disciple these men. NCMM was created to connect and encourage these ministries to work together. The goal was to help them do together what no one ministry could do alone. NCMM provides visibility, connection, and growth opportunities for ministry leaders to become more influential in discipling men. Learn more at NCMM.org.

Jay Payleitner is one of the top freelance producers for Christian radio, producing Josh McDowell Radio, Today’s Father, Jesus Freaks Radio, and Project Angel Tree with Chuck Colson. As a nationally known speaker, Jay has led marriage conferences and men’s retreats, keynoted fundraising events, preached at weekend services, and spoken at Iron Sharpens Iron events in ten states. He is a longtime affiliate of the National Center for Fathering and served as Executive Director of the Illinois Fatherhood Initiative. Jay has sold more than half a million books, including the bestselling 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad and What If God Wrote Your Bucket List? He has been a guest multiple times on The Harvest Show, 100 Huntley Street, and Focus on the Family. Track him down at jaypayleitner.com.

David Murrow is the best-selling author of Why Men Hate Going to Church, What Your Husband Isn’t Telling You, How Women Help Men Find God, and The Map: The Way of All Great Men. He is also the founder of Church for Men, an organization that helps congregations reach more men and boys. His website is ChurchForMen.com.

Brett Clemmer’s Amazon review

Brett Clemmer of National Coalition of Ministries to Men says:  I'm a member of NCMM and a chapter author, but it's an honor to get to collaborate on a book with all these amazing people with extensive time "on the ground" helping churches disciple their men as well as engaging in disciple-making personally. This book has 45 chapters separated into 8 sections, including The Case for Ministry to Men, Successful Events, One-on-One Disciple-Making, Men and Small Groups, Ministering to Subgroups, Praying/Teaching/Evangelism, Growing Your Organization and Keeping Yourself Strong. Each chapter is a concise 4-5 pages, which makes it easy to read, short on theory and long on application and solutions.

If you are a men's discipleship leader, pastor or anyone who is involved with helping men grow in their faith, this book will be an incredibly handy reference for you. Full of practical tips, stories and strategies based on tested and tried best practices.