Equipping men with biblical tools to love Jesus Christ and connect with each other

About Men’s Ministry

The heartbeat of our men’s ministry is to point you toward a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ and equip you to reach that goal. We encourage men from all walks of life to let us help you find a group, plug in, and dig deeply into Scripture without fear of being put on the spot. If you’ve ever wondered whether God’s Word has anything meaningful to say to you, let us join you on your journey toward the answer.

Next Weekly Study

Next Special Event

Friday, September 13

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Men's Grill 'n' Chill
Grace Church - 5214 Stone Lake Dr, Wichita Falls, TX 76310

A fun evening for guys featuring a cornhole tournament, grilled burgers and brats, and the chance to meet a few new folks.

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Serve in Ministry

At Grace Church, men have many opportunities to actively invest in the lives of others. How are you wired, for example?


  • Greet People
  • Mentor Others
  • Help Guests
  • Wrangle Kids
  • and more!

Behind the Scenes:

  • Serve Communion
  • Make Coffee
  • Run Technology
  • Prepare Food
  • and more!

Learning to use your abilities and spiritual gifts for the benefit of others is an important part of growing in your own relationship with Christ. Send us a message if you’re ready to get involved!

Are you ready to serve in ministry?


We’ve put together a collection of helpful materials for men. These authors and publications offer beneficial guidance on certain topics, but may not fully align with Grace Church in all areas.


Four Pillars of a Man’s Heart

Stu Weber

Explore what it means to be a king, warrior, mentor, and friend.

Wild at Heart

John Eldredge

Unpack your need for validation, develop courage, and embrace the call to adventure.

Fathered by God

John Eldredge

Discover the truth about masculinity that your dad could never teach you.

The Measure of a Man

Gene A. Getz

Learn to live according to God’s faithful and loving spiritual direction.

The Way of the Shepherd

Kevin Leman and Bill Pentak

Infuse your work with real meaning, no matter your role, title, or industry.

The 5 Masculine Instincts

Chase Replogle

Discover that your instincts are neither curse nor virtue, but instead help develop faith.

Personal Discipleship

Soul Keeping

John Ortberg

Discover your own soul and find your way out of the spiritual shallows.

Trusting God in the Wilderness

Ted Wueste

Find God in the desert places where personal transformation occurs.

Inside Out

Larry Crabb

Face the realities of your internal life to help make real change possible.

The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry

John Mark Comer

Learn how to stay emotionally healthy and spiritually alive within chaos.

God Has a Name

John Mark Comer

Learn how to relate to God by exploring what He says about Himself.

Living by the Book

Howard G. Hendricks

Remove the barriers that keep Scripture from transforming your life.

Anatomy of the Soul

Curt Thompson

Discover the connection between neuroscience and spiritual practices.

What’s So Amazing about Grace?

Philip Yancey

Encounter the powerful force of grace, the church’s greatest distinctive.

The Bondage Breaker

Neil T. Anderson

Break free of harmful habits, negative thinking, and irrational feelings.




Learn to see the Bible as one unified story that leads to Jesus.

Blue Letter Bible


Free, searchable online Bible program providing access to translations and tools.

Precept Austin


Free online collection of commentaries and resources on every book of the Bible.

Meet the Team

Our staff are happy to answer any questions you may have about how men’s ministry works, what opportunities are available, and how you can get connected.

Joe Cook

Shepherding Pastor

Joe joined the Grace Church staff in July 2019. He received his BBS from Hardin-Simmons University and his MA in Biblical Studies from Grace School of Theology. In 2015, after 20 years of teaching in public school, Joe became a full-time Hospice chaplain for four years.

He grew up in Grandfield, Oklahoma, which happens to have a population the size of his wife Lynette’s graduating high school class. Despite this clash of cultures, they have been happily married since 1992. They have one daughter, Natalie, who graduated from MSU in 2022 . In his spare time, Joe enjoys camping and painting in oils.

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