Letter From: Steve Crowdus <email@example.com>
According to a 2019 Pew Research study, the “church” had shown a 12% overall decline in its population, beginning with statistics gathered in 2009. During the same period, those defining themselves as aetheist, agnostic, or nothing at all, increased by 17%. We are loosing both the battle and the war.
The statistics regarding men are all the more alarming. As men, how can we become re-engaged? Can we re-calibrate and re-focus our thoughts God’s original intent for us as men?
This is a reminder that it is not too late to join the “Benham Brothers and the Whole Hog Luncheon“. Let’s learn more about connecting with God and becoming the man God has called each of us to become!!! They will challenge us to be all in, for the all in one, all in God!
Here are the details (on site registration is also welcome):
Who: All Men, All Community, Believer and Non Believer alike
What: The Benham Brothers and the Whole Hog Luncheon — Register HERE
Where: Grace Church STL, 2695 Creve Coeur Mill Road
When: Saturday, September 25, 2021, Event begins at 9:00, Lunch at 11:30
Sponsors: Men@Grace, Grace Church STL
Bring yourself and your Men’s Ministry or just a bunch of men and come and be challenged! Let’s be all in, Whole Hog for God!!
The Benham Brothers have been featured on Focus on the Family Fox News/Business, CNN, WSJ, ESPN, and ABC to name a few.
This event is designed to unite men at the Cross without regard to ethnicity, background, or religious preference. Together we stand united in seeking Jesus as Lord — purposed to Glorify God!
In these most troubled of times, we need to be ALL IN, “WHOLE HOG,” with our faith, trust, and reliance on Jesus! And we need to be ONE BODY, UNITED IN PURPOSE!!!!
If you would like to learn more and or just have coffee, promoting the unity Jesus calls us to, please call me at 314.581.4272, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you at this event!!
On Point for Jesus!
Life Beyond the Summit
Men of Faith St. Louis
Men@Grace — Volunteer — Community Connection
Note added by HH: “The Benham brothers were offered a lucrative contract worth millions, but they turned it down because they could not mention their faith!”