All throughout the Bible, God calls men to lead and initiate His plans. He continues to call men to the forefront of leadership in their homes, businesses, churches and communities.
All men experience leadership. From birth to adolescence and from adolescence to manhood, men are instructed, advised, directed and influenced.
Some men experience healthy, God-honoring leadership that leads to great decision-making and encourages kingdom potential. Others experience toxic leadership and are pushed toward poor decision-making. This results in going down paths God never intended men to walk.
Regardless of past experiences, the Bible encourages all men to seek effective leaders.
Proverbs 15:22 – “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisors they succeed.”
In today’s culture, there are men who are obligated to lead others. In contrast, there are men who need to be led by others before they can successfully lead and influence.
Men and leaders of men must understand the varying degrees of leadership. Men of Iron provides options for men and men’s ministries to experience the varying degrees of leadership through our tools and training for growth in the areas of faith, family, friends, fitness and finances.
Lead A Small Group
Leading a small group requires providing 5-12 men with tools and training for growth in their faith, family, friends, fitness and finances. To be successful at this level, a man must be intentional and take initiative by inviting other men into a purposeful mission with clear standards and expectations for the group. Leading a small group often results in multiple men growing in their 5F’s, which multiplies new leaders of men. Men of Iron provides this type of leadership opportunity to men through the Anchoredman Bootcamp series and Equilibrium curriculum.
Interested in leading a small group? Contact us to find out more!
Lead A Mentorship
Leading a mentorship can take place in a 1-to-1 (1 mentor, 1 protege) or micro group (1 mentor, 2-3 proteges) setting. Successful mentorships require a mentor to invite a prospective protégé into a mentorship or to accept an invitation from an interested protégé. Leading a mentorship requires a mentor to assist a protégé in experiencing accountability, balance and spiritual growth. While a protégé is responsible for his goals, a mentor has a passion to coach another man and meet with him a minimum of two times per month. Men of Iron provides this type of leadership opportunity through our Strong27™ Mentorship experience.
Interested in mentoring another man or micro-group? Contact us to find out more!
Lead A Group of Mentorships
Leading a group of mentorships requires a leader of men to actively initiate multiple mentorships or small groups in his city, church or community. Leaders at this level are influential and recruit a group of like-minded men into the mission of mentoring a man or small group. This leads to changing a culture because more men know God and their purpose. Leading a group of mentorships requires multiple men and multiplies the kingdom quickly. Men of Iron provides this type of leadership opportunity through our church and community partner models for Strong27™ , Equilibrium and the Anchoredman Bootcamp
Interested in leading a mentorship cohort in your city, church or community? Contact us to find out more!
Lead A Region of Mentorships
Leading a region of mentorships requires joining the mission of Men of Iron and becoming an approved representative in your city, state or region. This level requires leading others in implementing Men of Iron’s tools and training in their cities, churches and communities. Leading a region can be accomplished through volunteer efforts or a part-time/full-time commitment. This role is equipped by Men of Iron’s headquarters in Manheim, PA
Interested in representing Men of Iron in your region? Contact us to find out more!