HonorBounds mission is to grow godly men through the power of
the Holy Spirit and engage them in a lifetime of discipleship and evangelism.
"Mens ministry is foundational to the church," says
Chuck Brewster, director of HonorBound. "Men want to be spiritually
challenged and they need to be shown godly examples and held accountable.
Unless a man is challenged he wont respond."
Statistics show that men who are reached for Christ will win their
entire families to Christ 93 percent of the time. In doing so, marriages,
families, neighborhoods and communities are transformed.
Though HonorBound emphasizes families, it is for all men, including
those who are single. The purpose of HonorBound is really personal holiness.
"Its about taking bold spiritual steps as men," says
HonorBound offers several products, conferences and programs to strengthen
men in their spiritual lives as well as with their relationships. A
new discipleship series, Dads Coaching Clinic, contains 16 tips
on becoming a great dad; district and regional conferences are held
several times a year; and a new concept called Team HonorBound enlists
men in ministering to other men.
Team HonorBounds goal is to link arms with men around the nation
to reach other men with the gospel and provide discipleship opportunities
for them. Membership includes a subscription to the HonorBound mens
magazine, a membership card, discounts and other premiums.
Though reaching men for Christ and equipping them with the tools to
be great men of God are paramount, local HonorBound groups also gather
for outings such as golf, bowling, fishing and basketball tournaments.
HonorBound addresses mens needs at every level. It emphasizes
to men that they need the power of the Holy Spirit to carry out what
God wants from them. HonorBound believes that through reaching men the
church will reach their families and future generations will be changed
for the better.