Ministry doesn't happen without your financial support and, most importantly, Prayer support! We have monthly expenses i.e. rent, utilities, misc. supplies, plus we provide resources for scholarships to events, ministry training & International "Missions". The Barn has some pressing needs for HVAC & Audio/Video equipment too. We are a 501C3 non-profit organization and your donation is tax deductible as allowed by law. We are grateful for support at any level...prayer, money, volunteers!
In March of 2005, Kevin Casner and a handful of men began a journey. They met in the second story of Bob Blake's Barn somewhere in Indian Land, SC and watched the eight-part Wild at Heart video series. They took a journey together to discover how to navigate all the crap of life and how to get what they knew about God from their heads to their hearts.
Now over a decade later, men continue to meet at The Barn. EVERY Tuesday night. The handful from 2005 has grown to 40, 50, 60 depending on the night. Often standing room only.
Men from over 15 different churches. Some don't have a church. We don't really care. What we do care about is that men don't walk alone. We strongly believe the local church is foundational to the work of God on the Earth. Yet we know that many men (and women, for that manner) slip in and out of a worship service and never connect with others. The Barn provides a place for men to connect. To be honest. To hear and learn from the stories of others. We are not here to fix anyone, or do a bunch of teaching and preaching, We listen well, share stories, walk with God, and follow our hearts.
We believe the chances are pretty good that either you are in the midst of a battle, you've just come out of one, or you're just heading into one. Whether you ever come to The Barn or not, our deepest hope for you is that you won't fight alone.
If you're in a great place or a tough place, you are welcome at The Barn. New guys show up every week. Join us.
Check out this recent radio interview with a couple of Barn Brothers. Thanks to our friends at WRHI.