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Welcome to Men’s Ministry!

It is our view at Northpoint that the Word of God is an absolute necessity for one’s development and growth in a relationship with the Lord. The goal of the men’s Bible studies at Northpoint is to enable, empower, and equip men to be who God has designed us to be—spiritual leaders in our families, in the church, in the workplace. You are invited to be a part of one of the men’s Bible studies and fellowship, as together we grow and encourage each other in our walk with the Lord.

Men’s Conference May 13

Northpoint Church

988 W. Ontario Ave

Corona, Ca 92881

Register  HERE 

What do the orangutan, black rhino, and men in the church have in common?  They are all on the critically endangered species list. At the risk of being labeled misogynist, toxically masculine, or chauvinist, the men of America have largely disappeared from the landscape in contemporary churches.  As men have given up their biblically mandated leadership roles in society, the home, the workplace, and fallen prey to the wiles of the world, the vacuum created has predictably spawned chaos in our culture. At our conference, former Navy SEAL Chad Williams will orient our crosshairs on where true identity is to be found, as enlisted warriors for Christ set on a collision course against the campaign of darkness. We are soldiers on a mission to sabotage the plans of the enemy of our souls.  In addition, Kenny Luck will be discussing how this cultural moment is calling for men to live out their truest identity, defeat immaturity and temptation, and ignite a revolution of God’s justices in their relationships and communities.  And because as men we love having fun, we will be entertained by one of America’s premier inspirational comedian Nazareth  to help us laugh at our maleness.

Men’s Breakfast April 15

Attention all men! Join us for our Men’s Breakfast  Saturday morning, April 15, in Heritage Hall, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.  The morning should be a great time of food, fellowship, and encouraging word. We want to encourage all the men of Northpoint to attend!  Sign up HERE 

For more information, please contact Michele Balga at 951.734.1335.

Men of the Word 2022-23

Men of the Word (MOW) is a weekly, in-depth Bible study that blends formal Bible teaching with small group time for discussion, accountability, fellowship, and prayer. We meet on Monday nights at 7:00 p.m., and on Wednesday mornings at 6:30 a.m. from September through May. Both gatherings happen in Heritage Hall.

Whether or not you were part of MOW in the past, you are more than welcome to join in. The beginning of a new ministry year is a great time to renew the discipline of Bible study and fellowship with other men. We hope you will take advantage of the opportunities and join us in September 2022! This year we will be studying Hebrews.

Click HERE to register NOW!

For more information on Men of the Word, please contact the Men’s Ministry Associate, Michele Balga.

Below, watch our latest lesson: 


Iron Sharpens Iron 2022-23

Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Bible Study is committed to biblical encouragement and exhortation as expressed in Hebrews 10:24-25 And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much more as you see the Day approaching.

It is the vision of Iron Sharpens Iron to strengthen, encourage and build up the men of the church, to be all God has called them to be as individuals, husbands, fathers, sons, employers, or employees, through the study of God’s Word, fellowship and prayer. Proverbs 27:17 declares: As iron sharpens iron, so man sharpens the countenance of his friend. Don’t miss the opportunity to study God’s Word and learn from one another. We meet every other Wednesday from 7 to 9 pm. in Heritage Hall starting September 21.

Click HERE to register NOW!

For more information on Iron Sharpens Iron, please contact Mark Newton, or the Men’s Ministry Associate, Michele Balga.