IronMen

Men Leading Men

Mobberly’s Men’s Ministry is called Ironmen based on Proverbs 27:17, “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” Men are called to lead their marriages, children, church and community. Through the use of Discipleship Groups, men have the opportunity to partner together and help each other fulfill their calling. Some of our Discipleship Groups from out of their Connect Group, others through an Interest Group. Either way is fine. What is important is that each man has a way to stay sharp spiritually.

Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.
Proverbs 27:17 (HCSB)

Interest Groups

To find out how to get involved in one of these groups or if you need additional information about Ironmen’s Ministry please contact [email protected]

Rolin' Iron Car Club

This group meets for gatherings on the Mobberly campus.

Motorcycle Group

The Ironmen’s Motorcycle Riders meet for a ride and fellowship on the 2nd Saturday of each month at McDonald’s on Highway 259 & Hawkins Pkwy at 10 a.m. For more information contact Mark Allbright 903.261.2976.

Golf Group

This group participates in the Alpine Target Golf Center seasonal church leagues on Monday nights at the “Divine 9” par 3 course. All skill levels are welcome to participate!

Men's Softball Group

Men’s teams are formed for each Longview PARD season (spring, summer and fall) and Division (1 and 2).

Hunting & Fishing Group

This group meets Friday mornings @ 6:30 a.m. at Chick-fil-a on 4th Street to talk about fishing and hunting and discuss the truth they are discovering from a book or study that the group has chosen.

Shooter's Group

This group meets periodically and shoots rifles, handguns, shotguns, archery and even paint ball. No previous experience or gun ownership is required, but gun and range safety will be taught and adhered to while on the range, typically at the East Texas Rifle and Pistol Club. Cookouts are anticipated to be a part of our shooting get-togethers.

The Hills & Trails of Williams Lake Group

This group helps steward the Williams Lake property that is part of Mobberly’s campus. They have worked to prepare hiking and bike trails and are focused on helping men be family leaders for Christ.