Every Man Prescott  
non-denominational men's ministries  
prescott . prescott valley . chino valley . dewey-humboldt  

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Our Mission is God's Man

  So just what is Every Man Prescott? It's pretty simple...
"EMP is a place to help Christian men plug in with other Christian men." Men need accountability. And men need to be leaders in their families, in their churches, and their communities. So are you plugged in to a men's ministry?   Contact us   to have it added to the calender. It's quick, easy and best of all it's free! If you don't have a ministry, then check out the   Events   and get plugged in! Our Beginnings: Everyman Prescott began with one man, Dan Olsen, who had a passion for the men of the Prescott area. Dan started a solid and successful men's ministry in his own church, American Evangelical Lutheran Church (AELC) called Crossfire. In early 2010, he helped spearhead a non-denominational ministry simply called Every Man Prescott. Shepherded by Dan and other men from a variety of denomination and backgrounds, and in March of 2010, with the help of Crossfire Men's Ministry, a first of its kind men's conference was brought to Prescott. The Every Man Conference brought over 300 men together to learn how to become God's men and win the battles they face every day. Since then, many groups of men have been meeting at many different churches in the Prescott area. Every Man Prescott simply seeks to bring men together to form bonds of friendship, accountability, and service.
Men, if your looking for a men's ministry to plug into...
  click here  to find out where the men are meeting in your area.
man praying Pastors, we're not here to take men away from your church... we're here to point them to your men's minstry.
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Contact: Dan Olsen
Prescott, Arizona

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