BHC to ‘squirrel’ men away in the man cave where they will be informed, inspired and transformed
A“man cave” is a room, space, corner or area of a dwelling that is specifically reserved for a male person to be in a solitary condition, away from the rest of the household in order to work, play or involve himself in certain hobbies or activities without interruption. This area is usually decorated by the male that uses it without interference from any female influence.
Mere weeks after the women of Bahamas Harvest Church (BHC) came together for their Women’s Conference under the theme “Graced for All Seasons: She’s Fashioned by God” – which was designed to empower women with strategies and skills to victoriously conquer all seasons of their lives – the male members are going to “squirrel” themselves away in their men’s conference which has been dubbed “The Man Cave”.
It is in this sanctuary where the men are expected to be informed, inspired and transformed in an environment in which they will be equipped with strategies on how to effectively communicate.
They will also learn how to honestly and openly dialogue about their health, according to church officials, as it is believed that discussions concerning health is personal and private for most men. Financial advice and relationship discussions are also topics on the agenda to be discussed.
The men of BHC, as well as non-members, including those who aren’t “saved” who will find the talks beneficial, will take to the man cave on Saturday, June 22 at 9 a.m. with Pastor Mario Moxey serving as host, and also speaking on the topic of “Communication: No One Understands”.
Dr. Eugene Marcus Cooper will cover “Health and Wellness 101”; Gregory Bethel will speak to “Money Management”; and Dr. Wayne Thompson will address “Keys to Healthy Relationships”.
Church officials say with the various topics on the agenda, the men are expected to be able to speak freely in what they say will be an honest and open setting at BHC’s East Campus on Prince Charles Drive.
The man cave event is not open to women, but women, they say, are welcome to worship with them at any of the four Sunday services at which “Beyond the Cave” is the topic of the month for June.