Historically, Men’s Day has been a time for the black church to place a spotlight on, call out and set apart men—men whose works and lives stand as Christian examples for others to follow. Their very examples can draw others to Christ.
Men’s Day is a time to celebrate men. It’s a time to appreciate men’s contributions to family, community and country. It is a time to use our gifts, institutions and cultural resources to benefit the internal church and the external community. And, it is a time to thank God for lessons learned, battles won and graces given.