MSF is dedicated to helping male students become better men. We get pastors and missionaries (current and future) interested and involved in ministry to men. Through events put on by our organization and encouraging participation in local men’s ministry events, MSF exposes male students to active men’s ministry. By raising awareness about critical issues that affect men today, MSF helps future ministers see the necessity of ministry by men with men to men for men.
We meet the first Monday of the month at 7:00pm in CAC 206.
Off campus hangouts and get togethers will be held throughout the semester. With the purpose of letting members kick back with other men and take a break from the daily grind of DTS student life.
We will be coordinating visits to various area men’s ministries. This will allow men to meet other guys involved in ministries off-campus providing real world experience and examples for future ministry as well as real, practical ministry opportunities with men while students.
Open to all, MSF Brown Bags will focus on raising awareness of issues facing men that are applicable to all forms of ministry. We will also be inviting speakers from various local ministries to speak from their experience on ways to make ministry, not just ministry to men, successful.
Each semester, we will host a number of special events for the men in the group to get together and do something fun and interesting just as men. For the fall of 2018, we will be skeet shooting and taking a tour of Dallas with a ministry that works against sex trafficking in Dallas. Stay tuned for details!
The Men’s Student Fellowship will be joining a local ministry, New Friends New Life, on a sex trafficking awareness excursion. Join us as we learn how sex trafficking is a problem closer to home than we might think and learn how men are actively serving God by freeing people.
From the New Friends New Life website:
Our Men’s Advocacy Group sponsors an exclusive, guided educational charter bus tour exposing the reality of sex trafficking in Dallas. Attendees will make firsthand observations of possible sex trafficking and exploitation activity while discussing trafficking cases worked by Dallas Law enforcement. The program features in-motion, interactive discussions with representatives from Homeland Security and Texas Department of Public Safety (when available).
The program begins with a brief video introduction followed by the bus excursion. The program experience lasts approximately 2 hours.