The King’s Forge
Welcome to The King’s Forge – Ridgeline Community Church’s Ministry to Men
- Having a personal relationship with Jesus.
- Being a husband who sacrificially loves his wife.
- Raising your children according to biblical principles.
- Representing Jesus in your work, neighborhood, and city.
- Maintaining fellowship & accountability with other men.
- Using time, resources, and talents to further God’s kingdom.
So how do we do this in Men’s Ministries?
Men’s Ministry Ministry/Event Types:
For the Family
As the spiritual leader of our home, we need to lead in love. Spending time with family is great but we need to make it more intentional. If we “date” our family and pour into their lives we will be leading them and loving them as Christ loves his Church.
Fun with the Guys
Sometimes men need to get together and just lay it out with other men. Iron sharpens Iron and by being active together and having fun we build fellowship and promote sanctification in a manly way. We include our sons so they can learn how to be a man by showing them what men do.
Serving the Church and our Community
As Christian Men, we should seek to glorify God by being Salt and Light to our World. Serving those who are the least of these both in our Church and our community honors God, testifies to what Christian men are, and helps us grow in our faith.
Annual marque events are important to draw more men into the ministry and to be a part of something bigger in our Church body and the greater Church. It is also a great way to evangelize and reach out to our community.
Men’s BIBLE STUDIES
Tuesday Mornings 6:30 - 7:45 am Room 106
Come join us as we study the book of Genesis.
For information contact Russ Brooner
Tuesday Evenings 6:30 - 8:00 pm at RCC
People of the Promised Land Parts I and II – Bible Study Fellowship
Beginning wit Israel’s entrance into Canaan under the leadership of Joshua, People of the Promised Land I and II chart the ups and downs of the nation of Israel. Part I covers the united kingdom of Israel, from Joshua to Solomon.
For information contact Phil Garcia.
Wednesday Mornings 6:30 - 7:45 am Room 106
Come join us as we study the book of Mark.
For information contact Greg Ruff.
Wednesday Evenings 6:15 - 7:30 pm (except when there is no Awana) Greg Heredia's Office
Ezra and Nehemiah: Israel Returns from Exile (MacArthur Bible Studies)
The people of Israel were carried away to Babylon, where they lived as exiles and outcasts. God sent this judgment on His people because of their continued unfaithfulness to His word—but the day came when He called them to return to Jerusalem. However, when they arrived there, they discovered things had dramatically changed for the worse. The Temple was destroyed, the city walls were torn down, and the land had been taken over by people who did not want them back. There was work to be done, and it was not going to be easy.
In this study, John MacArthur guides readers through an in-depth look at the historical period beginning with Ezra’s early return to Jerusalem, continuing through the teachings of Israel’s prophets during the time, and concluding with Nehemiah and the people’s rebuilding efforts in the city. Studies include close-up examinations of Ezra, Nehemiah, Haggai, Zechariah, and others, as well as careful considerations of doctrinal themes such as “Unequally Yoked” and “Worshiping God.”
The MacArthur Bible Studies provide intriguing examinations of the whole of Scripture. Each guide incorporates extensive commentary, detailed observations on overriding themes, and probing questions to help you study the Word of God with guidance from John MacArthur.
For information contact Jason Fruh
Sunday Mornings 9:00 - 10:15 am Room 106
We invite you to come to discuss different cultural issues and/or personal challenges that we all may be facing. The discussion guides us towards spiritual or scriptural applications of the different topics, always seeking God as the source of all wisdom.
For information contact Chad Mathis.