Northeast Christian Men's Ministry
Invented by Michael Grimm (picture at right). 
Serving men all over the Northeastern Part of America. 
Aiming to grow and bring Christian Men together from all Christian backgrounds.
This in answer to our Lords final prayer before the cross that 
"they would all be one".  
It is an open and free expression of our faith for those mature enough.
Come to one of our events. Check back here for times and dates.
On Mar 22, 2021, at 8:27 AM, Michael Grimm <> wrote:

March 22, 2021


I hope and pray all is well with you and your family today.

"In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven." - Matthew 5:16

What’s the big deal with getting everyone to serve others? Why not just have everyone serve themselves? After all, that would cut out the trouble of figuring out what other people want.

The fact of the matter is this: God works this way (He serves others), and He wants us to do the same. He’s set it up so serving others accomplishes almost everything He wants for us.

Serving creates meaningful thankfulness. Serving is a way to give back that’s actually meaningful and shows we’re really thankful.

Jesus died so we could live our life with God. We say we’re thankful for that. We say it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to us. But if that’s the case, shouldn’t our lives be totally different? 

Serving others is the result of truly realizing what Jesus did for us. We actually want to tell everyone in the world about it, not just through what we say but also through what we do.

Serving others is the result of our insane thankfulness. That’s the motivation behind serving. That’s why we serve. Because serving gives us a way to live thankfulness.

Serving encourages other Christians.  When other believers see you serving others, they get fired up. Don’t discount the power of peer pressure, or peer motivation.

Serving non-Christians opens them to Christ. As far as practical benefits go, this is probably the biggest. 

Serving glorifies God for other non-Christians. We can’t serve everyone. But almost everyone can see the example in the few people we can serve.

See, when Jesus came to earth, He taught that we’re supposed to build our reputation around serving others, caring for people, and loving them.

Serving honors God.  Even if no one else sees us, even if no one else cares, God sees and God cares.  For example, if we share the Bible to encourage someone else, we’ll find we’re building our self  up because we’re in the Bible also.

The response from others is infectious. Of course, it won’t always be outstanding – sometimes, people won’t care. But when they do, we will know we contributed, through God’s grace, to their growth. And that is totally encouraging.

We serve because of what God’s done, and the more we serve, the more God does. That’s why serving others is so, so amazing.

Please join me in prayer, Father thank you for letting us work with You to share Your joy with the world. Help us not take for granted the gift it is to share Your gospel to the nations, and to our neighbors. Help us have eyes to see the needs around us and to respond to those needs in joy and hope. Thank you so much Lord for allowing us to serve others for You and for Your love and care over us. In Your Holy and Precious Name we pray - AMEN

Have a blessed and safe day and week.

STAY STRONG Today, Tomorrow and ALWAYS.

Brother please remember I am there for in thought, prayer and action - 24x7.

Love Your Brother and Friend in Christ,


PS   I encourage you to join our Zoom meetings.  The next one will be this Thursday (3/25) evening starting at 7:00 pm. 

These Zoom meetings are open to Everyone.  It's been an awesome blessing to talk, share, now see and pray with other Brothers.

Below are the details. Join your Brothers from all over the world  as we all strive to get closer to HIM and to each other and become BETTER men of God today, tomorrow and always.

Join Zoom Meeting - Just click the link below