One priority compels us at Peregrine Ministries more than any other—connecting men in life-giving relationships with each other. Isolation breeds discouragement, self-condemnation and shame. Brotherhood feeds encouragement, hope and inspiration.
We at Peregrine Ministries have seen the impact of this truth over the past months of social-distancing like no other time in our history. This truth has come to the attention of even those in secular media, as demonstrated in this article in the Washington Post.
Men need brotherhood. Our weekly virtual small group ministry, The Journey, comes to a close of the fall season in a week. But we start up again in January. We’d love to have you join us. Keep your eyes on The Journey after the New Year.
My greatest joy in life is my family. I know, that sounds like the comment you’re supposed to make as a man and father. All I can say is I literally shake my head in wonder at the family I have: my wife Beryl; my daughter Barclay and son-in-law Vince, their four daughters, Bella, Brynn, Brooke and Blake; my son Alec, my son Conor and daughter-in-law Bonnie, their daughter Gemma and son Calvin. Every one of them is a genuine gift. Beyond that, I have a calling that I live out through Peregrine Ministries. It is to help men: Understand their identity in Christ, Embrace their role as men, and Live out their God-given calling in life. Bottom line is I’m convinced men matter and I want to help them live life on purpose.