LifePoint Men

LifePoint's Men's Ministry exists to reach out to men to help them begin and grow on their Christ-centered journey. We desire to encourage men towards genuine worship, by helping them seek to “do life” with other Christ followers, and to challenge men to serve others as they honor God with their lives through Jesus Christ.


Returns Fall 2017
Helping you be a MAN of character which sustains a husband, father and man.

Monthly rally of men to share stories and hear an inspirational speaker discuss subjects that will help to disciple men to be men of faith. These times are designed to encourage conversation and challenge for each man as he lives out his faith as a husband, father, business man.

Fishing Ministry

2017 Tournaments

  • April 1 & 29
  • May 13 & 27
  • June 10 & 24
  • July 8 & 22
  • August 5 & 19
  • September 9 & 23
  • October 14


  • All tournaments start time are “safe­light” until 12:00pm (noon)
  • All tournaments will go out of Stewart's Creek Boat Ramp
  • Cost is $10 per person
  • Life jackets MUST be worn when boat is onplane.
  • Lake rules set by TWRA

Contact person: Billy Wheeler, 615.631.7570



Resources for Guys

Small Groups

Often, men make the mistake of going through life as "lone-rangers," separating themselves from the influence, encouragement, and camaraderie of other men. Connecting to a small group with other men will help you navigate through life's challenges and bring adventure to the journey. To learn more about on-campus and off-campus small groups for men drop by the Guest Services Booth following any Sunday service or email Eddie Mosley.


Outdoors Ministry coming soon

If you enjoy outdoor activities and would like to discuss opportunities which the church could help facilitate, please attend an interest meeting which will be held on August 20, 2017, 9am, Cafe 1 LifePoint Smyrna Campus.

Actives for men and boys: Hunting, fishing, shooting, riding bikes, motorcycles, ATV's, camping, etc will be discussed.


For more information on LifePoint Men email Billy Wheeler, LifePoint Sports Chaplain.