G3meaning:   Growing Godly Guys. G3started in 2008 with the building of the Mexico two story   structure. Shortly after returning home, a Bible Study for men was started on   Wednesday night. Since the first night, on an average, 85+ men have been   attending regularly. As these men grew in their faith and with the experience in   Mexico, men were asking for more opportunities to serve and build bridges into   the community to reach people with physical needs and help them with their   spiritual needs. Using the Acts 1:8 model of ministry and “Here”, “There”, &   “Everywhere”, we founded Alliance Kingdom Builders – AKB. Currently G3ministries has   helped sponsor multiple work projects in our community and overseas and they   support Dave and Brenda Aderholdt who are missionaries in Macedonia. G3is still a young   ministry that is looking to the future with many great opportunities to help men   grow in the faith; To reach men with a credible offer of Jesus Christ; To help   them grow in knowledge and love for Christ; To equip them to be God’s witnesses   and to serve God in the home, church, workplace, community, and world (Acts 1:8   model). To create a ‘come as you are culture’. Within this culture, all must   feel free to come whether you’re searching for the first time or you’ve lost   count. . . you are welcome to join us as we seek God together. We couldn’t care   less who you voted for in the last election. Our G3ministry for men is a place where   God meets seeking men who are far from perfect, and by the way, no perfect   people allowed. That means every guy is welcome, no matter where you are on your   spiritual journey. So learn at your own pace. Ask questions. Seek God. Seek   answers. We believe you will find what you’re looking for. You’ll learn how to   relate to God. You’ll experience Christian community. And here’s the big thing –   you will change, starting with your heart. (Come as you are was mostly adopted   from the Book: No Perfect People Allowed). Our goal is to help men change their   lives by connecting the dots between the Bible and their daily lives. We measure  ourselves and Christianity by heart transformation and not by mere behavioral   modifications.