Our goal is to provide men with tools and opportunities that
help them grow in their faith, in their relationships with God and
others, and to provide and create environments that support,
challenge and equip men to live authentically and boldly as evident
followers of Christ.
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An 11-week meeting for men
that focuses on the primary issues that shape a man's life;
explores in depth the biblical concept of manhood; and finally
provides practical building blocks for any man to use to construct
for himself a nobler, more satisfying manhood. (For men,
high school seniors and older.)
The next 11-week session begins,
Friday, September 27, 6:00-7:00am in the Family Life Center.
Sign-up sheets are in the lobby or register via this email.
Please include your address and phone when registering by
Christian Leadership Concepts (CLC)
All men find themselves in some kind of leadership role and most
feel unprepared to provide the leadership. Responsibilities
at home, church, in business, or in the community, require men to
be leaders. CLC is dedicated to equipping men to provide
leadership based on sound Biblical principles and spiritual power,
in each area of their lives.
The Purpose of CLC
Bringing glory to God by equipping men to initiate and lead for
Christ in their homes, churches, places of business, and community
at large is the purpose of CLC. The only way that people find
true meaning and purpose is through developing intimacy with our
Creator through a personal relationship with His Son, Jesus
What is CLC
The CLC 2-year equipping process is designed to model, teach and
encourage practical application of Biblical principles which
build a foundation for living in Christ.
CLC began out of a call to emphasize the message of Ephesians
4:11-13: "It was He who gave some to be apostles, some to be
prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and
teachers, to prepare God's people for works of service, so
that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in
the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature,
attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ."
For more deatils about the commitment, benefits,
dynamics of CLC and the curriculum download the CLC Brochure, or email