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  • In Memoriam Charles H. Steele

    August 4th, 2011

    NASHVILLE, TENN.–– Charles Steele, former president of Tennessee Conference United Methodist Men, died August 1.He was preceded in death by his wife of 64 years, Mable Little Steele and brother, Robert L. Steele, Jr.Mr. Steele and his wife owned Little and Steele Hardware Company in Nashville. He was a past president of the Tennessee Hardware Association and… read more

  • National Coalition to meet in Nashville

    August 3rd, 2011

    The National Coalition of Ministries to Men will meet Sept. 19-21 in Nashville;If you are a regional or national leader of men, if you are just starting a ministry to men or a man just trying to answer God’s call to be a “man of God”, you won’t want to miss Reload’11. You’ll get reloaded for ministry with challenging… read more

  • 10 Quick Ways to Expand Your Ministry to Men

    July 13th, 2011

    United Methodist Communications offers 10 quick ways to fire up your ministry to men. SUMMARY: In church, women traditionally have filled more pews and volunteer positions and participated in more activities than have their male counterparts. If your church wants to strengthen its presence in the lives of men – whether they are single, widowed or … read more

  • Mississippi Pastor Named Men’s Ministry Specialist

    June 27th, 2011

    SENATOBIA, Miss. –– The Rev. Rickey Haynes, a M.Div. graduate of Memphis Theological Seminary and a graduate of the No Man Left Behind Leadership Training Center for Men’s Evangelism and Discipleship, has been certified as a men’s ministry specialist by the Nashville-based General Commission on United Methodist Men.As a men&… read more