Embark Ministry

Groups

Embark's primary method for maturing men in Christ is through weekly groups. In each group, we apply biblical truths that help men become better men.

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Leadership

The future of family, business, and culture rises and falls on leadership. Embark provides training and tools for men to become great leaders in their spheres of influence.

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Events

Men learn best in the midst of activity. Embark provides various events designed to bring men together to develop friendship and open dialogue about issues that concern them.

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Friendship

Men live a healthier lifestyle when they have friendships with other men. Embark connects men in groups so they can develop relationships with other men who share similar interests and life experiences.

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Maturity

Maturity in men is much more than physical age. Embark exists to take men on a journey to find significance in their lives through a dynamic walk with Jesus Christ. This journey is a road to authentic biblical manhood.

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Adventure to Significance every man has been created in the image of God

July is the month that we celebrate our freedom as a nation. In this month’s article Brad reminds us that we have a freedom even more precious than the freedom of living in America.

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Family
MattersIt is not good for the man to be alone

It takes a lot of hard work to have healthy, life-giving relationships. In this month’s feature article, Brad gives ten habits people adopt that makes life much harder than it needs to be. Address these 10 negative qualities, and you will have contentment, peace, and fulfilling relationships.

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Corporate LeadershipEvery person has influence over other people

Each one of us wants to be successful in our jobs. We set standards for ourselves to help us become as successful as possible. However, if we are not careful, we can allow others to set those standards for us, many times to our own detriment. In this article, Brad gives four culprits that can override our personal standards of excellence.

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