Men's Ministry

Our desire is for the men of Our Shepherd to encourage one another towards a greater faith in Jesus Christ. Whether it is through the study of God’s word or fostering richer community through events and activities, we hope that the men of our church can be challenged to be disciples who make disciples. Here are some areas where this can be further explored.



To read the biblical story is to read the Word of God  whose extraordinary grace pursues ordinary people who struggle with personal failures, family problems, loneliness, and a long list of other weaknesses and challenges.  Their stories are still our stories today, and their God is still our God.  We will immerse ourselves in these biblical narratives to better understand who we are, who our Savior is, and how the Old Testament continues to testify to the lord of mercy.

Saturday Morning Men's Discipleship

Bible Breakfast- The Book of Acts

Men of Integrity will meets every 1st and 3rd Saturday morning of the month in the Lower Level of Our Shepherd Lutheran Church from 7:00am - 8:30am September through May. Enjoy a hearty breakfast of grilled steak or ham, eggs, biscuits & gravy, corned beef hash, coffee, and orange juice; fellowship; and a look into God's Word with an eye for life application. Currently studying The Acts of the Apostles.  The Acts of the Apostles studies how the early church exploded with through the power of the Holy Spirit.  We would love to have you join us!  Led by Dr. Mark Nimtz. Contact Mark at  . Men of Integrity led by Dr. Nimtz - Saturdays 7:00 AM
Classes continue through June, then summer break begins
Meeting ID: 583-967-423, Password: 795121

Thursday Morning Men's Study

Join Fred Gerds every Thursday morning in the Our Shepherd
Lutheran Church library for a study of C. S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity.
Men gather for a time of fellowship, a continental breakfast, prayer, and
study. A great opportunity for believers to hear a powerful apologetic for the Christian faith.

The Handyman's Club

Are you handy with tools or a paint brush? Do you enjoy building, repairing, and making old things brand new? Then this is the club for you! With two large buildings on separate campuses, we've always got a project or two for you to accomplish. Work on your own schedule, at your own pace, alongside fellow members. Git 'er done! Contact Dave Priskorn ( ) for details.