MNM Reminder - 6.15.20

MNM Reminder - 6.15.20
We’re giving you and every father you know a BIG WEEK as we head toward Fathers Day weekend when we’ll be celebrating fathers around the world.

TONIGHT 8pm central time, (9pm eastern, 6pm Pacific): It’s week 12 of our CMN Monday Night Men global men’s intensive, live streaming on YouTube and Facebook. A special Father’s Day edition. Details below…

FRIDAY 8am central time (9am eastern, 6am Pacific): Join me on the back porch on Facebook as we talk about what God expects from fathers. John wrote, “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” John DID NOT WRITE, I have no greater joy than to hear my children got a great education, landed an amazing job, got a big promotion, bought a big house, or won a beauty pageant. And while all of those are joyful occasions, John said, walking in the truth is the greatest joy!

SATURDAY 9-11 am central time (10am-12noon eastern, 7-9am Pacific): Join us as we welcome LIVE our CMN friends, Fox Sports analyst Chris Broussard and well-known author and leader Lt. Col. Oliver North. Join us online on YouTube or Facebook. We’re getting together to enjoy Bibles, Burritos, and Brotherhood... this will be exceptional!

In-person, we’ll gather at the Dallas-area CMN studio in Colleyville! Limited seating. Reserve your spot by writing to me at or call Bruce at 817-437-4888. We’ll have breakfast tacos, coffee, and lots of great stories! Onsite bring $10 to cover the cost of the food. Let’s make it a great weekend!

TONIGHT’S DETAILS: Men learn to parent, young men get encouraged at what you can do! Daniel stood before the king at age seventeen and not only interpreted a dream but was willing to declare the whole counsel of God without fear. His education, training, and discipline as a child prepared him for manhood, ready to stand on his own beliefs and convictions in his teens.

Men must prepare their children today for the day when they will be called upon to live by their own standards without parental support. We cannot afford to assume our children will grow up in circumstances like our own. They must be trained and their character prepared to sustain them through the toughest of days.

Join young men, mature men, and fathers from around the world tonight and learn what it takes to stand strong in tough times as fathers and leaders of our family.