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INFERNO MEN

"The Harvest is abundant, but the laborers are few ... PRAY for laborers ... and GO! I am sending you like sheep amongst wolves!" - Luke 10

The Inferno Pledge (prayer, friendship, evangelization)

Inferno “Band of Brothers” Pledge

 

On this __ Day of _____, 202_, I,____________, relying entirely on God’s grace, make a Pledge to God, myself, my family and to my brothers in Christ, to enter deeper into God’s mission of living the gospel by committing to the Mission of Inferno through the entire 202_ year. I Pledge to hold my brothers accountable to their Inferno Pledge and to be receptive to their challenge of accountability to me (“As Iron Sharpens Iron”).

 

From Today through December 31, _____ I PLEDGE to:

  • PRAY ___ minutes every day (10, 20, 30)

  • MEET ___ 1on1 or small group meet ups, for Christ-centered fellowship every month*

  • INVITE ___ man/men to join me at a Christian event/group each month* 

  • DISCIPLINE  ____ physical commitment weekly (ie. exercise, early wake up, cold shower, special diet/fast, etc.)

 

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*can be same man/men each month (1, 2 or 3 is the goal)

 

I will honor this Pledge as a sacred promise and I will not rescind it (with the exception of extreme circumstances). I will not make this Pledge an idol, a box to check, nor beat myself up with shame/despair if I fall short of 80% of any commitment. If I fall, I will be encouraged by the fall of Christ and lean on my brothers (like Christ leaned on Simon of Cyrene) to help me get back up! 

All glory be to God!

 

Signed:                        Date:

 

Accountability Brother: 

 

Witnesses: ________________________________________________

 

We are not another Program.
We are not lonely men seeking to fill our calendar (we are men striving after Jesus - better together).
We are not an "events ministry"! Any gathering is to enrich marriage, family and faith life (not taking away from). 

"Just as iron sharpens iron, so does one man sharpen another." - Proverbs 27:17