Our (St. James LMM) Mission: The mission of St. James Lutheran Church’s Lutheran Men in Mission is to support men in their spiritual growth and in their social and intellectual development as they strive to deepen their commitment to Christ and to their families; and to provide strength and support as they grow in the life of the Church and its evangelical mission. As we engage in this mission, we will INVITE all men, EQUIP all men and SEND all men.

Our Intent for 2017:  

  1. Ensure all Men of our Congregational community are aware of and invited to St. James Lutheran Men In Mission’s ministry. Strengthen and Expand the ministry.
  2. Take a leadership and participative role in our NCLMM Conference; Sandhills Conference.

Our Strategy for 2017:

Inform all men through increased means of communication of all Men’s Ministry events and activities. (Message Board, Event Highlights on easels, Monthly Email, Messenger Articles, Updated Website, Bulletin Inserts, Facebook, Personal Invites/face to face.)

All Men of St. James (members and visitors/guests) are welcome and encouraged to attend/participate!

If interested in any of the events or if you have questions, contact Todd Burns (burnst37@gmail.com, (910) 308-5431)  or Steve Hohman (sahoh99001@yahoo.com, (910) 580-8646.


                                       Lutheran Men in Mission Facts (National):

  • Lutheran Men in Mission is the men’s ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, incorporated as a 501(c)3 corporation. We work to strengthen men’s Christian faith, relationships, witness and service in their homes, congregations and communities.
  • Our Mission is, by God’s grace, to build men’s faith, relationships and ministry through men’s events, the resources we produce and ongoing leadership development.
  • Our Vision is that every man have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ through an effective men’s ministry in every congregation.
  • Our Commitment is to assist every congregation in establishing an effective, life-changing men’s ministry.