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Here are a few of our recurring events. Join us!
Hour of Power
Hour of power is canceled in April due to a scheduling conflict with Internation Pastors & Leaders 2018.
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Men's Bible Study
Join us every Thursday evening from 6:30pm to 8:30pm as we explore God's word together.
The purpose of The Potter’s House of Fort Worth Men’s Ministry is to reach men with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, encouraging and equipping them to become the spiritual leaders for their families, church, vocations and community. As men learn their identities in God through discipleship, fellowship and accountability, they will be able to build stronger marriages, become better fathers, grow spiritually and reach other men in our communities.
Our Six Point Plan
The purpose of this component is to teach the Word of God and its application to men. We apply the biblical truths that teach men how to seek the Kingdom of God first and incorporate that into all aspects of their lives.
Our Family segment instructs men on God’s heart toward the human family. We site Biblical concepts which highlight our responsibilities as men to love our wives as Christ loves the church, and raise our children in an effective, godly manner.
Any man can greatly benefit from higher education. By inviting and holding sessions with people involved in higher education, we continually challenge our men to pursue higher learning.
With God’s Word as our guide, we teach men to pursue their dreams to own and operate their own business, become the ethical businessman God has called them to be, or guide them on the path to make wise business decisions for their families.
Far too many men neglect their health, often to the destruction of themselves, their families and even their finances. We utilize this time with the men to educate, challenge and encourage them to be more health conscious.
Recreation is absolutely necessary for a well-balanced life. Mental health authorities say that balanced living includes work, recreation, companionship, and religion. Time and energy should be properly apportioned to each of these.
Gary leads the TPHFW Men's ministry with a clear vision for connection, accountability, encouragement and prayer.