Here’s Your Primer to the Twelve Ordinary Men series!

Our Friday Morning Men’s Fellowship (FMMF) – Charlotte is still on our holiday break but next week we’re starting a new series, “Twelve Ordinary Men” by John MacArthur.  This series will stretch for 12 weeks from January 5th to March 23rd.  You might notice that the series will purposely wrap up the Friday before Holy Week in 2018!

The book has a supporting workbook that we’ll use for this series.  Please plan on ordering both at from a number of online options.  We’ve included an Amazon link below.

Mike Lenhart will kick off the series on January 5th.  Then, each week, someone will be tasked to prepare and lead that Friday’s lesson.  An online signup form is available at the link below as well.

The weekly lessons typically will focus on one disciple or, in some cases, two or three disciples.  But the lessons are “stand-alone” so if your work or personal obligations take you away on a Friday, don’t worry….you won’t fall behind.  We invite you to come to all or as many as you can!  And feel free to bring a friend even if he doesn’t have the book!

Finally, we typically “gather” at the Cornwell Center’s front parlor room beginning at 7:30 am, with the lesson starting promptly at 7:45 am until 8:30 am.  Bring your own coffee and take some time during the 15-minute “buffer” to connect with others in our FMMF until the lesson starts.

Finally, this series is all about twelve “ordinary” men who collectively accomplished some extra-ordinary things….and in that message, there’s hope for all of us!

We’ll see you next week!

Peace!

LINKs for the book and supporting workbook:

Twelve Ordinary Men book

Twelve Ordinary Men workbook

LINK for signup sheet for weekly lesson leaders:

Twelve Ordinary Men sign-up genius

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