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MEN
OF THE WORD

The Men’s ministry at Taylor Creek exists for the purpose of reaching men with the gospel of Christ,  and growing them into a deeper relationship with Christ through the teaching and study of His word. Our desire is that the man God will be thoroughly equipped for every good work so that he can be all that God has called him to be in his home, church, and the world.

2 Timothy 2:2 “And the things which you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses, these entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also.”

Men's Breakfast

We invite you to join us on the third Saturday of each month from 8-10am.

After sharing a meal together, we will study the Scriptures and discuss how we can apply the truth of God’s Word to our life circumstances. We value this time to pray for one another and to encourage each other in our walk with Christ. Real men, real issues, real faith.

The Breakfast is held in the Main Sanctuary. 

If you have questions or would like to help with cooking or setup,

call or email the church office : (425) 432-0634.

Books Available in the Foyer

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Principles of Expository

Teaching and Preaching

Expository preaching is the presentation of biblical truth, derived from, and transmitted through a historical, grammatical, Spirit-guided study of a passage in its context, and conveying those truths first in the heart of the teacher, then to the hearts of men.  

In this study, we will learn how to take our Hermeneutics: Observation, Interpretation, and personal Application, and transfer it into a teaching format that conveys the original God-intended meaning of the text and its biblical application. 

This class is video based and will run Tuesday evenings from October 3 through December 12, 6:30-8:30 pm, in the Upper CE Bldg.

The class schedule will be as follows:
October 3 - Ch. 1-3 Intro to Expository Preaching and I-Beam Overview 
October 10 - Ch. 4-5 Interpretation and Incompletion 
October 17 - Ch. 6-7 Impression and Implication 
October 24 - Ch. 8-10 Intention, Indentation, and Identification 
November 7 - Ch. 11-13 Introduction, Ingression, and Inspiration 
November 14 - Ch. 14-16 Itemization, Ideation, Instruction 
November 28 - Ch. 17-20 Illustration, Implementation, Interconnection, and Imploration
December 5 - Preaching Lab
December 12 - Preaching Lab

Image by T Steele

Wednesday in the Word

 

Meeting every other Wednesday morning

at the Black Diamond Bakery at 9am

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