Throughout the year Men of God Christian Fraternity is involved in a number of activities which embrace the community and bless the Kingdom of God. Here are a few community outreach events and programs developed or supported by M.O.G.

Signature Programs (Annual outreach programs of Men of God Christian Fraternity, Inc.)

A Rubie's Worth
Normally held on Valetine's Day, the Ambassadors of Men of God Christian Fraternity, Inc. hosts a banquet where they serve young women on campus.  This practice began in 2000 as an outreach ministry to the community that exemplifies how young men should treat and honor young women, as well as to teach the brothers in the organization how to become men of God through their relationships.  The members of the ministry serve dinner, present gifts and deliver an encouraging word from the Lord to the women. Through this ministry, they develop a sense of how a man of God should treat their sisters in Christ whether as present friends or brothers in Christ or as a future husband.

Kingdom Conference
Annual Fall Conference featuring Christian entertainment, empowering seminars and fellowship.

Evangelism Outreach

Dress Up Fridays
Brothers of M.O.G. dress up on Fridays around campuses.  This is done for two reasons. 1) To further estalish  our brand, that Ambassadors of Men of God are professional men raising the standard. 2) Because seeing well dressed men on campus during a time when most college students are not dressed up is a conversation starter.  This opens the door for connections with individuals and discussions about Jesus Christ.

Painting the Town Red
Prayer is the key to right relationship with God.  We believe God hears our prayers as we plead the blood of Jesus, knowing that the prayers of the righteous avail much.  We take this faith to various parts of our communities to "cover it in the blood of Jesus".  Thus, painting the town red.

Brotherhood Programs

Strong Man Groups
As our ministry grows, we focus on continuing to maintain connections with as many members as possible in the fraternity.  One way we accomplish this is through Strong Man Groups (also known as accountablity groups).  These are small groups of members who meet regularly to hold each other accountable and pray together.

Good Neighbor Brotherhood Fellowship
Everyone is not necessarily called to serve God through this ministry.  This being the case doesn't mean we are not all still brothers in Christ.  M.O.G. hosts several events and fellowship opportunities for brothers that are not Ambassadors.

Ministry Partnerships (Valuable partners in the ministry)

United Council of Christian Fraternities and Sororities
Serving in cooperative ministry with other Christian fraternities and sororities since 2006

Love Ministries
Dallas, TX

Wives of Virtue
M.O.G. doesn't have a sister organization in the traditional since.  We truly believe in raising up men of God who are leaders in their communities and homes.  This is evident through a partnership with Wives of Virtue which is a support organization of wives of M.O.G. members.  By providing a fellowship for the wives and fellowship for the men we support God's call for Christ-centered marriage that keeps Ambassadors connected to the fraternity for life.

Red Ink Army
Dallas, TX