ALMOST 40% OF THE BLACK MALES COMING OUT OF NASHVILLE’S PUBLIC HOUSING DO NOT GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL.
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Monday nights are a time when we invite men from the community to come and spend time with the 4:13 Strong men. We meet as a large group for a...
Each Tuesday morning during the 40-Day Challenge, we meet at 5:30am for a three-mile run. Our goal is to be able to complete the three miles in under 30 minutes...
Come out and join us for an early morning workout. F3 converges on the 4:13 Strong campus each Thursday morning from 5:30am-6:15am, rain or shine, to lead the 4:13 Strong...
Provide dinner for the current 4:13 Strong class on Thursday evenings. You can prepare a homemade meal in your kitchen or order takeout. It’s up to you. Our guys always...
A Volunteer's Perspective
“I think the ability to relate more one on one, to get face to face time with the guys, makes this program so important. It’s what separates this program from others that work in mass numbers – we are building community rather than just providing food.”
Better Man Mondays
We meet on Monday evenings at 6:30pm to study what it means to be a Better Man. Using new material developed by Robert Lewis (the creator of Men’s Fraternity), we will explore what it takes to become better men. The format for this study will be a large group message followed by a small group discussion. Each participant will be provided a workbook for the series. Please contact Steve if you would like to be a part of this 11-week study.
Tuesday Morning runs
Each Tuesday morning during the 40-Day Challenge, we meet at 5:30am for a three-mile run. Our goal is to be able to complete the three miles in under 30 minutes by the end of the 40 Day Challenge. We do run/walk intervals with the duration of the run interval gradually increasing throughout the 40 Days.
Fellowship Dinners have moved to Thursday nights! Provide dinner for the current 4:13 Strong class on Thursday evenings. You can prepare a homemade meal in your kitchen or order takeout. It’s up to you. Our guys always appreciate a tasty, nutritious meal that is prepared by someone else! Plan to stick around and eat with them because they love the fellowship.Sign Up
Thursday F3 Workouts
Come out and join us for an early morning workout. F3 converges on the 4:13 Strong campus each Thursday morning from 5:30-6:15am, rain or shine, to lead the 4:13 Strong guys in a fun but challenging workout. This is a great way to encourage the 4:13 Strong men, improve your fitness level and build some new male friendships. Stick around for coffee and fellowship following the workout.Learn More
Friday mornings from 7:30am – 9:00am we gather on our campus to study what the Bible says about being a “real man”. We follow a curriculum based on the Men’s Fraternity study. This is a great opportunity to spend some time with other men encouraging each other as we all work to become the men that God has called us to be. If we know you are coming, we will have coffee and breakfast ready for you. See our class schedule by clicking learn more below.Learn More
Friday Lunch & Learn
Each Friday we invite a man from the community to join us for lunch and share their story. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you do, you have a story that is worth sharing. The 4:13 Strong guys are interested in hearing about how other men make money, what other men struggle with, and what they do for fun. We provide the lunch, so all you need to do is show up and share.Sign Up
FRIDAY GAME NIGHT
End your week with some fun and games. Friday nights are the time to play. There is no set agenda, just basketballs, board games and cards. Some of the best mentoring happens on the basketball court or while holding a handful of cards.
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