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The following is offered as an example of how your church Men's Ministry can be organized. Organizational structure should be kept as simple as possible. Note that the emphasis is on developing leadership around ministry, not traditional leadership positions (i.e. president, vice-president, etc.).

The Baptist Men's Director (Brotherhood Director)

Is responsible for overseeing the entire ministry to men and boys in the church, including Men's Ministries, Challengers and Royal Ambassadors. In many cases (but not always), he may also serve as the Men's Ministry director. The Baptist Men's Director should represent the entire Baptist Men's program on the Church Council, as well as the church Missions Council. He should work with the pastor and other mission leaders in planning, promoting, and carrying out missions opportunities for the church family to be involved in.

Men's Ministry Director

Is responsible for Men's Ministries in the church. Areas of concern include Spiritual Growth, Evangelistic Outreach and Ministry, and Missions involvement. Effective Men's Ministry directors will develop a team of leaders to take the lead in these areas. He may feel led to take the lead on one of these ministry areas himself, as well as maintaining an overall coordinator's role.

Evangelistic Outreach Coordinator

Is first and foremost concerned with evangelizing men to salvation and church membership. This may include the following aspects:

  • helping assure that the men's ministry purpose is understood by all participants,
  • equipping men to effectively share their testimony and to be prepared to present the plan of salvation, and
  • coordinating outreach/fellowship events designed to involve inactive men of the church, as well as men outside of the church. (Some groups may elect to make this two different leadership positions-Evangelism leader and Outreach leader).
Spiritual Growth Coordinator

Focuses on the desire to see men of the church develop into mature and faithful Christians. Some areas of concern may include the formation of small group ministry among the men, planning and carrying out a men's spiritual retreat and working with the Men's Ministry Director to assure that a spiritual growth emphasis is the focus of each monthly meeting.

Missions Coordinator*

Is responsible for involving men in missions. He would work to identify mission needs, plan the details, and carry out mission activities. He should be knowledgeable as to resources for finding a variety of mission opportunities (needs brought up by church members, the local Baptist Association, NCBM/Baptists on Mission, local helping agencies, etc.) Construction knowledge could be a plus for this person, but not a must.  More important is the ability to assess, plan, coordinate, and communicate mission activities.

Ministry Coordinator*

Is responsible for involving men in the ministry of the church by encouraging them to utilize their spiritual gifts. Every church needs men to step up and take leadership roles as  Sunday School teachers, discipleship leaders, youth ministry assistants, Royal Ambassador leaders, ushers, choir members, deacons, etc. This person is constantly encouraging and praying with men about using their gifts within the church. He might want to lead the men in a study on spiritual gifts. This person should be an encourager.

* Some groups may combine the Missions and Ministry Coordinator duties.