The Program

Program Phases

Program admission is initiated by potential participants contacting the Men of Standard Ministry. An in person or over the phone interview is conducted by ministry staff; where house rules, length of program and intake information is taken. Men of Standard Ministry Directors and Staff review all applications and approve admissions collectively.

 

Each potential participant will have to submit a completed physical examination form, along with official identification and an intake fee of $150.00 for cost of curriculum. This fee may be sponsored by outside contributors. All participants are required to arrive with an open ticket to enable return transportation upon completion of program if needed. All other costs of the program are covered by the contributions of donors to the ministry.



 

We'd Love to Visit Your Church!


Both Founders, Rev. Everette and Rev. Robyn Frye have a story to tell! Both were once bound by drugs and alcohol for 20 and 16 years respectively. They share their stories of God's rescue, salvation and deliverance; along with songs of praise and preaching.

The men in the program also share their conversion experiences and their hopes in their early walk of faith. We are a faith ministry and rely on the power of God to move on the hearts of all who witness and hear of His great work in the lives of these men. If you're interested in having us come please contact us. 443- 918-8638.

A Three Phase Program


Phase One - (3 Months) Learning the Standard/Group Classes

Biblical studies done in a classroom setting that allow life application of the teaching in everyday interaction among others in the program

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Phase Two - (3 Months) Lifting the Standard/Individual Studies

Biblical studies done at a personal pace with discussions of teachings in personal counseling sessions.


Phase Three - (3 months) Living the Standard/Leadership Develoment

Leadership development and instruction provided with added program apprenticeship responsibilities. Employment, Family Reunification and Graduation
 
 



 

 



 

Admission Criteria and Process

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