Parkview Men

“Parkview Men” is committed to “Equip Men to Engage the Battle by Rooting them to the Scriptures.”  There is a war raging against the hearts of men in today’s society. The world desires to make men passive, non-committal, and lazy. The men’s ministry at Parkview seeks to encourage men in the church to follow Christ with purpose and passion to combat that attack. (Hebrews 10:24) We intend to provide opportunities for men to grow spiritually and to be encouraged through fellowship and connection with others (Proverbs 27:17) while showing them where God’s Word, the Bible, can provide everything we need to lead, encourage and battle with those in our sphere of influence. We encourage every Parkview man to pursue, find and engage in opportunities for relationship, discipleship, accountability, and growth toward spiritual maturity.

Our men’s ministry team coordinates a number of opportunities for men throughout the year. We believe that the battle for our homes and community will be won on our knees. (James 5:16b) Our fall retreat provides a chance for men to build relationships with one another through coordinated activities and Bible study intended to equip us to impact our world for Christ. The Men’s Team desires to create an army of men that are men of the Bible. One of the affective vehicles we use is our 30-Day Challenge. This involves 30 days of “accountable time” in the Word to create and sustain a hunger for God’s Word. (Psalm 119:15) We are planning service opportunities for men in the church to help build a home with Habitat for Humanity. (Isaiah 1:17)

We need you to join us in the fight for our homes, church, and community. To join the battle and for more information about our men’s ministry contact the Ministry Team Leader, Mike Altstiel at or speak with anyone on the Men’s Ministry Team.

Watch for other events on the Parkview Calendar!

“Parkview Men” Men’s Ministry Team:

  • Michael Altstiel- team leader
  • Kyle Caudle
  • Larry Dickey
  • Ron Hauck
  • Seth Mosteller
  • Martin Digler
  • Matt Pike
  • Moses Oaks (youth liaison)