Men's Quest

The Last Hurrah

With Gratitude

March 8, 2022 | Rev. Rob Renfroe

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For more than a decade, Quest Men’s Fellowship has been a place for men of all ages to grow in their faith and to become the kind of men God wants them to be.

For eight weeks in the fall and eight weeks in the spring, Rev. Rob Renfroe will teach you what it takes to be a Godly man through examples from the Bible, history and pop culture.


FALL 2022

ENCORE FOR THE FINAL TIME

Rob Renfroe will lead Quest this fall. He will share eight of the messages that have most impacted the men of The Woodlands Methodist over the past 20 years. Old-timer or first-timer, you’ll be glad you made this final Quest a priority.

The Woodlands Campus: Wesley Hall

  • Sundays, starts September 11 | 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
  • Tuesdays, starts September 13 | 6:00 - 7:00 a.m.

Register: Sunday Evenings

Register: Tuesday Mornings



Woodforest Campus

  • Tuesdays, starts September 20 | 6:30 a.m. (Zoom option available)

If you're new, no sign-up is required – just show up a little early so we can get you to a table where you'll fit in.



PAST RECENT SESSIONS OF QUEST


WINTER 2022 - THE LAST HURRAH

After 20 years of leading Quest, Rob Renfroe is hanging them up. In his final series, he will share eight of his most impactful messages. Quest will continue in the future, but this will be a great opportunity to experience “the best of Quest” whether you’re a first-timer or an old-timer.


WINTER 2022 NOTES

  • WEEK 1: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 2: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 3: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 4: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 5: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 6: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 7: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 8: Lecture Notes | Student Notes


  • FALL 2021 - BLUEPRINT: GOD’S DESIGN FOR MANHOOD

    Our culture is confused about manhood. But God isn’t. Manhood is His invention and fortunately He has told us what He’s looking for in a man. This semester we will look at the qualities that God values in men as listed in 1 Timothy and Titus.


    FALL 2021 NOTES

  • WEEK 1: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 2: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 3: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 4: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 5: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 6: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 7: Lecture Notes | Student Notes
  • WEEK 8: Lecture Notes | Student Notes

  • WINTER 2021 - CHANGE YOUR STORY

    Everybody has a story. And we can all learn from the stories of others. During this session of Quest we will look at eight great stories from the Bible – what others faced, what they did, how they succeeded or failed. We will discern from their stories how we can make our own stories more pleasing to God and more of a blessing to others.


    WINTER 2021 NOTES

  • Student Notes: Week 1
  • Student Notes: Week 2
  • Student Notes: Week 3
  • Student Notes: Week 4
  • Student Notes: Week 5
  • Student Notes: Week 6
  • Student Notes: Week 7
  • Student Notes: Week 8

  • FALL 2020 - ONE TIME!

    Everything is different this fall – Quest included. Our theme is “One Time.” Eight of our pastors will each take a session with the assignment: If you had “one time” to talk to the men of our church, what would you say? Rob Renfroe will kick us off and host all the sessions, but you will have a great chance to hear from many of the best communicators on our staff on some very important topics.

    Another difference – Quest will be offered on Zoom only. We surveyed those who have attended in the past and less than 25% wanted to attend in person. We hate not being together, but this “one time” we need to do it this way.


    FALL 2020 NOTES

  • Student Notes: Week 1
  • Student Notes: Week 2
  • Student Notes: Week 3
  • Student Notes: Week 4
  • Student Notes: Week 5
  • Student Notes: Week 6
  • Student Notes: Week 7
  • Student Notes: Week 8
  • PAST EVENT RECORDINGS


    Spring 2020: The Rules – And When to Break Them

  • Watch Video messages: The Rules – And When to Break Them