Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.

1 Corinthians 16:13

At Argyle Community Church we value men for who they are in Christ, beloved sons of our Heavenly Father.  We stand together in encouragement, accountability, and faithfulness in order to be the men God wants us to be and those who our families and our communities need us to be.  
Personal discipleship is the cornerstone of our men's ministry.  It is our goal that every man in Argyle will participate in discipleship, fulfilling Jesus' great commission.  Regardless of whether or not you ever step foot inside ACC, we invite you to register your interest today in becoming a disciple of Christ.

More on Discipleship

Argyle Community Church’s core mission is Reaching People and Pursuing Christ, and a key tenet is making more and better disciples. ACC has a full discipleship program with one-on-one teachings from our church mentors to further enlighten your life and how you live it through Christ.
So what is discipleship? The dictionary definition is:
A person who is a pupil or adherent to the doctrines of another.
One who embraces and assists in spreading the teaching of another.
Any follower of another person.
A key distinction with Christian discipleship is that we are not only called to learn the teachings of Christ, but also called to live them. A disciple is one who bases his or her life on the teachings of Christ. When we make our initial declaration of faith and ask Christ to be Our Savior, He will begin changing us from the inside and thus giving us the ability to understand His word and the desire to live it fully.
Some examples of this inner change include:
Learning about Jesus and how He lived. We begin to get a better understanding of what it means to be like Jesus. We learn to put Him first in all things (Mark 8:34-38).
Becoming equipped to listen to the Holy Spirit, who lives within us. He helps us resist temptation and overcome trials (Ephesians 6:10-18).
Learn how to examine our thoughts, actions and words and now comparing them with Scripture. We want to be doers of the Word, and not hearers only (James 1:22).
Begin to understand what it means to “abide in Christ.” As we abide, the Holy Spirit produces fruit in our lives—love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. These are produced by the Holy Spirit—a change from the inside out (Galatians 5:22-23).
We start loving other people through action (John 13:35).
We long to share our faith with others and tell unbelievers about the changes Jesus has made in our lives (1 Peter 3:15).
As we allow God’s Word to work its way deeper into the fabric of our lives in guiding our thoughts, actions, words, and attitudes, something transformative happens. By God’s grace, and with the enabling of His Spirit, we become more Christlike in ways we could have never imagined.
And then, as we make ourselves available to others who also have a heart to pursue Christlikeness and obediently obey His command to “make disciples,” we inevitably find ourselves involved in an ever-expanding network of spiritual multipliers whose lives are making a difference in others for eternity.

Mid-Week Bible Study Opportunities in the Community

Canyon Falls - every Tuesday morning, Pastor Greg Ballog leads a Bible-based discussion from the pages of God's Word.  Men from across the community, regardless of where they worship on Sundays, come together to find wisdom and fellowship.
Denton Country Club - weekly on Tuesday mornings at 6:30a, Pastor Tim Bach leads an hour long discussion on Leadership and Jesus.  Businessmen and community members gather for both large and small group discussion during this one-hour mid-week session.
Monthly Mens Gathering - All of mid-week men's Bible studies converge on 407 BBQ the 2nd Tuesday of each month for a some good food and Bible teaching.  A variety of speakers encourage and challenge the men gathered to be the men Jesus created them to be and those who their families and community need.