Men’s Ministry

In light of the rapidly changing developments due to the Global Pandemic of COVID-19 in Collin County, Plano Bible Chapel is responding with a balance of faithful prayer, trust in the Lord, and reasonable precautions for those who are at risk in our church family and local community.

ALL PBC Men’s Ministry Events are canceled until further notice in an effort to support the community, region, and nation’s need to slow the spread of COVID-19 with physical distancing. Click HERE for more information about PBC’s response to this global concern with faith in the Lord as we take reasonable precautions.

Join PBC Sunday 11:00am worship services in English or Spanish either in person on campus or online via Facebook Live or PBC’s Vimeo Channel (available Sunday by 5:00pm).  

 

Men’s Ministry

The Men’s Ministry of PBC is energizing our fellow brothers to honor Jesus, love our families, while serving the church and community.

Wisdom from the Bible says that just as iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another (Prov. 27:17). Throughout the stories of the Bible we see older men, or at least men who are further down the road in their walk with Christ, encouraging younger men to faithfully follow Christ. Joshua had Moses to mentor him for leading Israel. Elisha had Elijah to prepare him to carry the mantle. Timothy had Paul to equip him for ministry. At PBC, men have the opportunity to connect with other men who will encourage them in their walk with Christ – man2man.

Men also have opportunities to connect with other guys during special events, cook-outs, service projects, retreats, ball games, and more.

Saturday Morning Prayer

Every Saturday morning from 7:00-9:00am, PBC men gather for coffee and prayer for their families, the family of PBC, the ministries and missionaries of PBC, government leaders, and current world events. For more information, please contact Robert Matthews at 972.423.5321.

Schedule

Saturday mornings

Join other men on Saturday morning from 7:00-9:00am in our Fellowship Hall Building room 202 for coffee and prayer.

Tuesday mornings

During the school year, men’s small groups meet Tuesdays in our Fellowship Hall Building room 202 at 6:00am for a light breakfast and great discussion about how we can live for the Lord Jesus, lead our families, love others, and shine His light in the world.

 

Tuesday Men’s Bible Studies
6:00am or 6:30pm

Are you busy, tired, stressed out, and stretched to the limit?

Do you need help prioritizing your life? If so, you’re not alone. The frantic pace of life is wearing many of us out. Our biggest struggle is balancing all of the stuff we have and do. Every week we juggle a long list of “to do’s.” Go to work … church … school … gym … grocery store … spend time with kids, friends, family, etc. Repeat.

But have we ever slowed down long enough to evaluate our priorities or even find out what God’s priorities are for our lives? God knows that when the stuff of our life gets out of balance, devastating things happen. That’s why He wants to help us get our lives back in balance!

Join us on Tuesday mornings at 6:00am or evenings at 6:30pm for 10 weeks as we watch a video series by Chip Ingram then talk it over in small groups.

Sessions include:
* The Peace and Power of a Prioritized Life
* How to Put Things First
* How to Keep Things First
* Personal Discipline
* How to Escape the Rat Race

Click on the following link to register for the 6:00am Morning or 6:30pm Evening Study.

Sunday Service Times

9:30 am
Adult Life Connection Classes
Estudios Biblicos en Español
Children's Classes
Junior High Senior High 

10:30 am
Coffee and Fellowship

11:00 am
Communion Worship Service in English (Auditorium)
K- Grade 5: Children enjoy worship service in the main auditorium with their families. Children will be dismissed to Children's Church midway through the service.

Servicio de Adoración en Español
11:00 am (Fellowship Hall)

 

Dr. Constable’s Bible Study Notes

Dr. Constable’s Notes are freely available providing commentary on all 66 books of the Bible. Click HERE for Web-based format (best for viewing on-line) or click HERE for PDF format (best for printing).

 

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