In a world that says it’s all about “me” we’re here to tell you... we believe that’s true. But it’s about the “me” of sacrifice, not selfishness; the “me” of response, as in response to God; response to grace; response to adversity and challenge – not the “me” of self-reason, self-evaluation or self-gratification. And we call ourselves Frontlinemen – there’s no such thing as a Frontlineman – because we know as a man alone we don’t stand a chance. We’re in a WAR, waging active resistance against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms and we dare not fight alone. Join us...

Ready to go deeper? Ask us about one of our NextStep Discipleship Groups; a small band of brothers going to WAR.

FrontlineMen Leadership Team: Brian Johnson; Pastor John Lowder; Lynn Thomas; and Randy Campbell

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Discipleship Matters Not one of my proudest moments. But i can't change where i've been; only where i'm going. 1 Corinthians 15:10 reminds me: "...and his grace to me was not without effect." – blessings, Randy

No matter who you are, or where you’re at – to move forward requires taking that

And here at Frontline, the expectation is: You will! We will continue to offer you opportunities to mature in your faith, but opportunities cannot be manufactured or bought; they must be seized! There is an expectation!

The statistics ( and these are just a few ) are staggering: Consider that the typical US Congregation draws an adult crowd that’s 61% female, 39% male. This gender gap shows up in all age categories. | This Sunday almost 25% of married, churchgoing women will worship without their husbands. | Over 70% of the boys being raised in church today will abandon it during their teens and twenties, many to never return. | The average man accepts the reality of Jesus Christ, but fails to see any value in going to church. | Fewer than 10% of US churches are able to establish or maintain a vibrant men’s ministry.

And yet: Churchgoers are more likely to be married and express a higher level of satisfaction with life. | Church involvement is the most important predictor of marital stability and happiness. | Church involvement moves people out of poverty. Its also correlated with less depression, more self-esteem and greater family and marital happiness. | Religious participation leads men to become more engaged husbands and fathers. | Teens with religious fathers are more likely to say they enjoy spending time with dad and that they admire him. | When a mother comes to Christ, her family will join her at church only 17% of the time; but when a father comes to Christ, his family joins him 93% of the time.

So we intentionally

We have even heard it said: “When a man gets it right, over 90% of all the problems in their home, their church and their community will take care of themselves.” Help us help you!!

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