What We Do

Men of Valor conducts conferences to jumpstart men’s outreach and discipleship.

We teach biblical manhood. And in places where men have never heard this before, they find the Bible’s truths to be astounding. Many, many men have lost their way and their mission. MOV helps them to find it.

Men have a high calling!

We teach men that God sees them as men of valor.

This is truth, not positive thinking. It is all over the Bible―when a man accepts Jesus as his Lord, he becomes a mighty man of valor.

We show men why they are important to God. We show men why God wants them be a positive influence in their home, church, and the community through responsible, godly manhood.

We explain how to live as men of valor:

  • how to walk faithfully with their God as strong, holy, humble, prayerful men;
  • how to love their wives as Christ loves the church, exhibiting the five roles of a Husband of Valor;
  • how to be a Father of Valor, rejecting passivity and taking initiative, accepting responsibility, assessing the condition of their flock, and preparing their family to face life’s dangers and opportunities; and
  • to stand strong in the battles of life. They must stand — and fight — together with a Christian brother. No man can live the Christian life alone.
Our teachers are godly, proven men from various churches.

We provide notebooks, Bibles and Bible studies to launch men’s discipleship and discipleship groups at the conferences.

We train pastors what to teach, how to reach men, to retool their churches to attract men, and how to establish strong men’s outreach and retention ministries.

Men of Valor has served thousands of men and their families from hundreds of churches.

Weeks after, months, even years after the conferences, church leaders report restored marriages and revived families. Doing less family counseling. Growing churches. Multiplied men’s discipleship groups. More men in churches — over 1500 men have come to Christ in Malawi alone. Repaired church buildings. Even church plants as the men who attended conferences years earlier have matured, became elders and pastors, and started planting more churches.

HELP US TEACH MEN TO LEAD THEIR CHURCHES AND FAMILIES