John Eldredge writes: "It is a dangerous thing to underestimate your role in God's redemptive story. You will lose heart and you will miss your cues. You are needed....and Jesus calls you to be his intimate ally once more." Join a band of brothers who exhort and enable each other to put Jesus Christ first at home, at work, and in the world.
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Each winter, we take a month to get on the same page as a church. We combine our adult Sunday discipleship classes and study an issue together that has bearing on how we live our lives as Christ-followers. This year, we will gather to look at the theme: The Art of Neighboring.
Andy Crouch, author and speaker, will be with us to discuss his latest book The Tech-Wise Family, This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about putting technology in its rightful place.
We all need a plan for our money and God wants us to have financial peace. This class will teach you to create a budget, pay off debt, spend and save wisely, and give generously-- no matter where you are with your money.
Parents are hungry for how to help their children, and themselves as well, disconnect from technology enough to re-connect as a family. This four-part workshop on Wednesdays in March centers on how to help our children internalize biblical values to make decisions on the use of technology.
Here you will find the latest media and recordings from our Men's ministry. To view a full list of all men's media, click here.
Join us for our annual men's retreat, this year with guest speaker Jay Pathak. Our annual retreat is a time of both fellowship and deep biblical teaching, taking place each winter.
Listen to the talk from the 2018 Men's New Years Dinner by Tommy Thompson.
This month's guest teacher was Percy Strickland. Percy discussed the biblical support for covenant friendships, the daily practices that make this kind of counter-cultural friendship possible, and the hope we have at Third to build a culture of covenant friendships that blesses each other and our neighbors.
Restoring Hearts — Catalyzing Friendships —Initiating and Engaging in Good Works
Do you wonder: Why do I keep responding that way? Where did that reaction come from? Why don’t I have at least one person in my life that I feel I can be completely honest with? How can I be a change agent within my spheres of influence? How can the skills, abilities and experiences of my life be leveraged to benefit others? If any of these questions has ever crossed your mind then you will find the retreat worth being a part of.
Mens Dinner from January 3rd, 2017. Talk given by Tommy Thompson