Men With The Master

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‘increasing in wisdom and stature; strong and courageous.’
Luke 2:52; Joshua 1:6

Due to the federal governments advice to limit all non-essential gatherings as a result of COVID-19 this year's MwM has been postponed until 2021.

Welcome To Men With The Master

30th April to 2nd May 2021 with Sam Dando

"Who do you think you are?"

Finding our identity as servants and disciples of Jesus

Personal identity is one of the most important things to understand about ourselves. Knowing who we are, what makes us tick, what makes us laugh, what gets on our nerves, what brings us true joy—these are essential elements of our existence because that understanding affects everything else. Personal identity affects how we look at life, how we deal with conflicts, and even who we choose as friends.

Christian men need convenient handles with which to grasp the enormity of their identity in Christ. We must lay aside our cultural baggage and recover the Biblical foundation on which to build a masculine, Christ-centred identity.

What is the identity of the Christian man in our twenty-first century post-modernist, aggressively atheistic society? He is more than a product of his environment, a struggling sojourner, or a religious conversation partner. He is a son of God, a spiritual father, a mature disciple and a fierce fighter.

What happened at MwM 2019?

Darren Tappouras lead us through the topic That I May Know Him

We were shown the power available in Jesus' life by looking at the influences he had, his upbringing and his growth and development from a child into a man.

Jesus had some unique personality traits, temperament and emotions which made him stand out from everyone else who has ever lived. His love and compassion is unmatched and he knew how to interact with everyone and anyone.

We can learn so much from his calling and by looking at his priorities and how they should lead us in our own lives.

What Happened At MwM 2018?

David Hill spoke on Miracles of the Master

The miracles of the Master give us a wonderful window into the character of our Saviour. Along with his grace, we saw how deeply humane our Lord was (and is!) … a man repeatedly moved with compassion toward the recipients of his miracles – a man whose heart went out to others; whose heart bled at the plight of others; a man who defied tradition and prejudice; a man who reached out to the Canaanite woman, the leper, the blind and the dead – and a man who remains our living Lord Jesus today, interceding on our behalf.

Together we considered our faith in light of the faith of the many people touched by the miracles of our Lord – we considered the effect our faith can have in the lives of others … we asked ourselves whether our faith is as alive and as real as theirs was and whether our faith grants us the serenity to go on believing even when our prayers seem to fall on deaf ears.

Some Memories from 2018