NB Men

Connect with other Men at New Beginnings through Bible studies and events.

Terry Langenberg

Executive Pastor

918-366-6700
Terry(at)NBChurch.info 

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Men's Group

Men’s D-Group provides men with an encouraging process that teaches them how to live lives of authentic manhood as modeled by Jesus Christ and directed by the Word of God. Men’s D-Group is being used across and around the world to equip men to make their pursuit of noble manhood a lifelong priority. Men’s D-Group meets on Tuesday mornings at 6:30am and Wednesday nights at 6:30pm, in a two-semester format. 45 minutes of teaching is following by small group time. We seek to inspire the men of their Church to connect with men in the community together in their personal pursuit of authentic manhood.

Invite your friends and colleagues to experience our Men’s Ministry with you as part of your small group.

We also offer many opportunities for Men to get together and develop relationships with other men. We have Spring Camp Outs, Men's Chili Cook-off, weekly Spring & Summer Softball Games, Golf Tournaments, Football, Basketball, and many other outdoor activities.

NB Men Meeting Times:
Tuesday Mornings: 6:30 - 7:30a in Room W201
Wednesday Evenings: 6:30p in  the Worship Center
Sunday Mornings: 8:30a in Room W305

Men's Prayer Breakfast :
Thursday Mornings: 6:30 - 7:30a 
(We meet at the Apple Barrel Cafe, 15225 S Memorial Drive, Bixby)

Men's Service Opportunity
NB Men are looking for men who want to be involved in organizing and serving at Men’s Ministry events. Is teaching your gift? Leadership? Discipleship? Giving? Serving? Whatever your gifts are, we can help you find a place in Men’s Ministry. Contact Terry Langenberg @ 918.366.6700 or email terry(at)nbchurch.info.

Study

Current Study: 

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Join NBMen on Wednesday nights at 6:30p for the launch of our study on the book of James! 

In this short and powerful book, the apostle James gives us practical guidance on issues that measure true and living faith.  Through an emphasis on spiritual fruitfulness, James calls all believers-then and now-to live a life that demonstrates genuine, saving faith marked by godly behavior. 

A key leader in the Jerusalem church and oldest half brother of Jesus, James wrote this epistle to Jewish believers who had been scattered by persecution.  Out of compassion, he confronted Christians to test the quality and consistency of their faith.
 
This series provides a twelve week, verse-by-verse examination of the book of James.

Just Finished:

Discipleship Series

This is an 8-week series of group meetings about the essentials of being a disciple of Jesus Christ. Join us on Wednesday evenings at 6:30p!