Men’s Ministry of FBC Midland offers a variety of opportunities to connect for all men.

Men’s Book Study

Current Study: How God Makes Men by Patrick Morley

A time to gather an connect with men of all ages as we study a book together. We meet each Thursday morning at 6:30 am in Room D101/103. Led by Berry Simpson.

Deacon Family Ministry

FBC deacons play a crucial – and Scriptural – role in ministering to the families of First Baptist. The primary task of the deacon is to encourage the spiritual growth of the families they serve. Families in the church are assigned a deacon who will attempt to see that the overall needs each family are being met. Each deacon has the responsibility of up to 10 families.


A men's luncheon time for sharing and praying followed by a short program by different special guests. Each Monday at 11:45 am - 1:00 pm in Room D101. Cost: $5. For more information, contact Dave Pearcy at 571.7825.

Guest Speaker Schedule

Dec 22 and 19         No meeting

Jan 5                        Forrest Hannah, Juvenile Probation in Midland Co
Jan 12                      Amy and HC Hernandez: Reaching Catholics
Jan 19                      Janna Boyd: Seniors in Ministry (tentative)
Jan 26                      Lee Culver: Can Jesus Really Help Addicts? (tentative)

Feb 2                       Scott Davis: Ministry to our Troops
Feb 9                       Marilyn Hancock: The Able Center for Independent Living, Odessa

Sports and Tournaments

See the Activities Ministry for explanation of opportunities and how to sign-up.

Friday Prayer

All men are welcome to attend a time of fellowship and prayer each Friday morning at 6:30 am in the D Hall. 

"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." Proverbs 27:17




Paul Byrom
Minister of Education

Janna Boyd
Minister to Senior Adults

Amy Harrison
Education Ministry Assistant

Moses Caesar
Minister to Young Adults and Single Adults

Jenny Harkey
Young Adult & Single Adult Ministry Assistant

John Copeland
West Texas Coordinator, B.H. Carroll Theological Institute