The mission of the RUMC Men’s Group is to encourage men to take the next step in their walks of faith as we journey together. Our prayer is that our time together will be an impactful experience where we can grow in our walk with Jesus and be encouraged and challenged to live out our faith!
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RUMC Sunday School - June 2021
This month we are featuring a panel of RUMC Sunday school classes. Hear how different classes responded to the pandemic and take a fresh look at your Bible study and fellowship options at RUMC.
Murphy-Harpst is an independent not-for-profit organization committed to meeting the needs of abused and neglected young people through residential treatment, placements in specialized foster care, and community programs that serve at-risk youth and their families. In partnership with the United Methodist Women national office, our services are available to all children regardless of sex, race, color, or creed, and whose needs can be addressed and treated within the scope of program services.
Steve's walk intersected with mine (Eric Stephens) this past summer and I have no doubt it was a "God thing" that happened at just the right time. He's just come back from a World Without Orphans summit but the journey that led him there is worth taking time to listen to.
World Without Orphans Website
Mark talks us about - RUMC's Stephen's Ministry: is for anyone who needs someone to care, to listen, and to share God’s love during confusing, stressful, or lonely times. Stephen Ministry helps support individuals who are hospitalized, terminally ill, bereaved, in a job crisis, disabled, home bound, lonely, in a spiritual crisis, or looking for a caring, Christian friend.
Learn more about Roswell UMC's Stephen's Ministry
Dr. Michael Cromwell is our new choir director and worship arts pastor. He'll be sharing how his calling to ministry as shaped his life. It will be a great experience to share with sons and grandsons who may be on Spring Break with you.
All are welcome.
The Men's Breakfast for March was held early this year to coincide with Roswell UMC Global Impact Celebration.
Bob Rodgers is President and CEO of Street Grace; In his talk today speaks to the RUMC Men's group about his organization.
Street Grace is a faith-based organization mobilizing faith, business and community leaders to end the sexual trafficking of children throughout the U.S. through awareness, education and action.
David Weaver is our guest speaker. Join us for a time of fellowship and Christmas inspiration.
By way of introduction and without his permission.... Here's a video we put together nearly a decade ago but the message still stands true.
Rusty Gordon discuses future Mission trips to aid in Hurricane recovery efforts
Thursday (11/8) at 645AM in the dining room, Clark Miller from Man In The Mirror was our speaker.
Clark was born in Silver Spring, MD and since 2012 serves as Area Director of the Miami Valley Coalition for Men’s Discipleship and as Regional Director since July, 2015.
Clark holds a D.Min. (thesis: Developing a Discipleship Model for the Revitalization of the Local Church) and M.Div degrees from Ashland Theological Seminary. For over 47 years, he has been all about discipleship.
He currently lives in Tipp City, Ohio with his wife Kim; Often finding them traveling to Atlanta or Iowa City to visit their three children and eight grandchildren, sometimes in their V6 powered MGB.
Our speaker this month is Kirk Driskell and he will tell us about the Vision Warriors organization.
What does it mean to be a Vision Warrior? A Vision Warrior is a man who is in search of his true calling. A man who is willing to encourage change when needed. A man who is willing to push against resistance when in pursuit of his vision. A man who sacrifices, battles through pain, and lives a life of discipline so that he can be a better Disciple, Father, Husband, Leader and Friend. Vision Warrior’s faith community that focuses on community, accountability and transparency. Our focus is to create an environment where men can feel and express their deepest passions, fears, and pains without a filter.
for more information please visit their website - http://stopoverdoses.org
Dr Jeff, tells about his new ministry here at RUMC.
Dr. Jeff Ross has joined us from Cumming First UMC, he is RUMC's New Adult discipleship minister.
Previous to that he had been the pastor of the Cedartown UMC for six years. Jeff began working with and serving churches in 1981.
Jeff enjoys helping with and watching people connect with Christ and the Church.
Contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Silgar shares his story this moth. Paul has been a member of Roswell UMC for 23 years. He is a IT Development Manager, and volunteers as the lead for the RUMC Youth Vision Team, and serves in the RUMC Student Ministry.
Rev. Billy - Chaplain of the Roswell Police Department opens the meeting with a thank you to our Men that volunteered for last month's Roswell Day of Prayer event.
Eric Stephens closes the meeting with Announcements and volunteer opportunities.
Jason Scott Minister to Youth at RUMC, asks us - Who Do You Love?
He uses two props - "A tart Lemonade" and a "Starbucks Frappuccino" to compare our Relationship with God.
Video: The Skit Guys - God's Chisel