Challenges & Solutions: A Story from The Noble Man Virtual
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Challenges & Solutions: A Story from The Noble Man Virtual

A few months ago when we were planning for The Noble Man Conferences, no one could have guessed the live events would be shut down due to a virus outbreak.  But this is not the first time we faced a challenge and found a solution. Two years ago, the Noble Warriors Team was already headed...

“The Benefits are Ongoing.” Stories from The Noble Man Virtual
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“The Benefits are Ongoing.” Stories from The Noble Man Virtual

Don Bailey By his own admission, Don Bailey is a “non-techie.” He loves the live events and initially was not thrilled about the idea of attending a Virtual Conference. In fact, Don came close to backing out, but he made the decision to buy in. Through the equipping workshops, he received an answer to a situation...

Run to the Line…
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Run to the Line…

Part 7 in the #BattleLine series. STACY AND I RAN TO THE BATTLE LINE IN 2005. We responded to a clear call to go all in… launching Noble Warriors to help churches disciple men. (God has been gracious in many ways throughout the journey but Stacy’s unwavering partnership in this adventure is one of the great...

What If a Business Man Commits to Helping Churches Disciple Men?
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What If a Business Man Commits to Helping Churches Disciple Men?

Part 6 in the #BattleLine series. The event of one man investing in another man has life-changing effects. Bill Ward was 45 years old when he experienced this first hand. It’s through this investment that a CPA is now in full-time men’s ministry. Bill describes himself as a “cultural’ Christian up until the Spring of...

What If a Pastor Invests In His Men?
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What If a Pastor Invests In His Men?

Part 5 in the #BattleLine series. Dr. Jamie McClanahan is growing a forest of Redwoods in the church he pastors in Waynesboro, Virginia. His motto is “start small and grow deep.” It is a priority for Jamie to invest in men at Wayne Hills Baptist, and his goal for the men’s ministry is to grow...

What If a Pastor Goes Where His Men Are?
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What If a Pastor Goes Where His Men Are?

Part 4 in the #BattleLine series. Greg Beechaum knows that every man has the desire to be discipled. And he believes it has to start somewhere. And it has to start with someone. For almost 20 years, Greg has been the pastor of Little Zion Baptist Church in Powhatan, VA, where he has helped start a mentoring group...

What If a Lay Leader is Given One Job… To Make Men Ready?
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What If a Lay Leader is Given One Job… To Make Men Ready?

Part 3 in the #BattleLine series. Nathan Carr has been leading an outdoor ministry for years. He has a passion for men’s ministry at his church, Southside Baptist, both on campus and off campus. So when his pastor, Fred Gray, asked leaders to identify what they were most passionate about and charged them to run with it...

What If a Pastor is the Champion for Men?
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What If a Pastor is the Champion for Men?

Part 2 in the #BattleLine series. Fred Gray can see the big picture. He has a desire to train servant leaders, those who will then train others to lead and serve. And he understands the need to start with the men of his church. Fred became Senior Pastor of Southside Baptist Church in Suffolk, Virginia, on October 7,...

Long Term, Long Range
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Long Term, Long Range

He who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will supply and multiply your seed for sowing and increase the harvest of your righteousness. 2 Corinthians 9:10 I’m thankful that the ministry impact of Noble Warriors continues to expand. Often, well beyond our expected or known reach. What’s even better is to get...

Effective Discipleship & What it Means to be a Man
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Effective Discipleship & What it Means to be a Man

Comments from attendees of Leading Noble Men 2019: “Spot on! Excellent topics of great interest to all with highly knowledgeable, trustworthy presenters. These men have been on the front lines of that of which they spoke!” “The conversations in the foyer between men; especially the men who had not attended before. Very positive.” “This was...