Opportunities for Men

Opportunties for Men

Men of God small groups
     • Groups led by upperclassmen students involved in the ministry group, Men of God
     • Meet regularly with a small group of men for spiritual growth & accountability
     • Students decide as a group how they will spend their time together

     * Students should contact a member of the Men of God leadership to get involved in this small group opportunity.

Timothy Project
A one-on-one discipleship program that matches faculty and staff to sophomore men on campus.

The Mentor Project
A one-on-one discipleship opportunity for freshmen where they are matched with an upperclassman for the purposes of discipleship and mentorship.

      * Both of these discipleship opportunities meet whenever the mentor and mentee mutually decide to meet.

For more details about both of these programs, please contact Bob White, assistant director of Campus Ministries.

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