Carter County Christian Men’s Fellowship desires to reach out to the next generation

Published 11:14 am Friday, December 22, 2023

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For the last 60-plus years, the Carter County Men’s Fellowship has met to exalt Christ, encourage believers, connect churches, and equip men for ministry. They provide resources to other ministries, staying true to their mission despite changing times. CCCMF primarily supports churches associated with the Restoration Movement, but their monthly meeting is open to different denominations. Apart from their monthly gathering, they support six missions, including the Appalachian Christian Camp, ETCHA, ARM, Campus Student Fellowship at ETSU, Good Samaritan Ministries, and The Fellowship at Whitehead Hill Christian Church. They also offer scholarship opportunities for potential college students pursuing education for ministry and contribute resources to the community.
The recent CCCMF meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 19, held at Carter Christian Church, was a Christmas celebration and the confirmation of officers for the upcoming year. Don Brandon commenced the evening’s worship with congregational singing. Ken Overdorf of Range Community Christian Church confirmed and prayed over the incoming 2024 CCCMF officers: Dan Simerly (President), Scott Fisher (First Vice-President), Devin Pierson (2nd Vice-President), Ben Patton (Secretary), Scott Reynolds (Treasurer), and Don Brandon and Greg Odom (Worship Leaders). Scott Fisher, Senior Minister at Borderview Christian Church, delivered a sermon titled “Generations,” with the key text from Genesis 17:9.
After the worship service, Vice President Scott Fisher elaborated on CCCMF’s plans for the New Year. “Our theme, ‘Bridging the Generations for the Kingdom,’ is our hope to inspire the next generation of men to join the fellowship. I want us to encourage smaller churches to achieve big things this year and to combine our resources for the Kingdom and the Gospel,” Fisher shared. For more information about the Carter County Men’s Fellowship, you can contact or visit the Carter County Christian Men’s Fellowship Facebook page.

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