As Iron Sharpens Iron, so One Man Sharpens Another
As men, we face certain expectations around strength and stoicism, and the lingering idea that we're not supposed to let anyone know when we're having a tough time. At Crossroads, we want to be available for any man to feel that they can be open about the difficulties they face each day and know that we all face similar trials. We want to be open, encouraging, and loving in our support of one another. We want every man to know that we can laugh together, we can cry together, and we can be open with one another.
And although we are openly sincere with one another, we understand that there are still some outdated ideas that might ridicule that degree of openness among men. For that reason, what we share with one another in Men's Ministry is kept within the Men's Ministry.
We want to help strengthen men through fellowship with one another and through fellowship with our Savior. Through this fellowship we know we're not alone, and that we don't have to face life's trials alone.