Men's Ministries

Men, you’re vitally important to the overall health and strength of your community.  God is moving in a big way among the men of MDPC and we want you to be a part of the transformational shift that is taking place.  Our world desperately needs servant leaders who are willing to bring the love of Jesus to others.   Join us as we encourage one another and grow deeper in the love and grace of Christ together. 

If you need prayer or encouragement, please contact Brett Hurst, Relationships Pastor at or 713-490-0930.

Men's Life

As men, we are clearly designed by God to be in personal connection and community with one another.  For a generation now, Men’s Life has offered cutting-edge programs and honest conversations among men of all ages for spiritual and emotional growth.  Stay tethered with us through the various in-person and online offerings of Men’s Life. For more information about Men’s Life contact Brett Hurst at or 713-490-0930.

Men's Life 2021: Connecting
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Men's Life 2020: Never Alone
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Men’s Life: Two Minute Drill Conversations
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Men's Life 2019: Man Alive
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Mens Life 2018: Core Training
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Men's Life 2017: Conversations that Matter
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Home Encouragement

Home Encouragement offers men resources and programs that will help them strengthen their dating, engaged and marital relationships. Take advantage of the multiple opportunities to grow in relational intimacy and overall marriage health.

Home Encouragement

MDPC Dads

Are you an MDPC Dad? MDPC Dads exists to encourage, educate, and support all fathers in whatever season of fathering they find themselves.  Whether you just earned the label of being dad, you are an empty nester, or you are a grandfather or mentor in a child’s life, MDPC Dads is here to encourage and help men become the best dads and father figures they can be.  Through fathering-based studies, topic specific speakers, and father-child events, MDPC Dads partners together with men to remind them how much God cares about men and their families. 

If you are interested in learning more about this ministry on how you can get involved, please contact Chris Arend at .

Patio Chats

Patio Chats create mutual models of healthy connection between men. This casual form of mentoring enables us to contribute our ideas and learn from the experiences of others. Collaboration makes all the difference in the world—whether it’s professionally, personally or spiritually!

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Fellowship in Discipleship

FinD is a fellowship of Christian men who are serious about authenticity, community, humility, and recovery. We challenge each other daily to believe the incredible news that God actually knows us, loves us, and has restored us to Himself. As we follow Jesus Christ together, we find our lives progressively interrupted by righteousness, peace, and joy.

We are not a church. We are simply one extension of the church universal. We are not perfect. Not even close. We are broken individuals, but in our fractured fellowship we find a foretaste of God’s approaching re-creation.

Each group of at least 7 and no more than 10 men is formed through the design and timing of the Holy Spirit. As it stands today, most of the men in each of these small groups live or work near the epicenter of I-10 (Katy Freeway) and Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Tollway) on the west side of Houston, Texas. Groups meet weekly for about an hour to an hour and a half, on a day and time that works for each group that is formed. Meeting locations vary with each group based on the average centralized location.

These are not one-year, study-specific groups. The mindset of each group is that they are forming for life, with a goal attaining the candor and trust that is built over time with transparency, vulnerability, and the cement that is provided by the Holy Spirit. We typically don’t expand existing groups unless the group unanimously decides to grow their group, but we are always in the process of forming the next group.

For more information, contact Clint Harrington, or visit the FinDdiscipleship.org.

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Staff

Kami Vaughn
Relationships & Adult Discipleship Administrative Coordinator