Men of Faith Mission:

Create opportunities for fellowship and fun, spiritual growth and sharing the gospel message for men of our community by initiating and supporting programs that demonstrate Christian values.

Activities:

  • Men’s Fellowship Breakfast – two or three per year with programs/speakers that focus on Christian messages
  • Encourage assistance to existing and new church and community programs – work to provide Resources and volunteers for various existing programs and functions, new endeavors, care giving, special focus projects, etc.
  • Recreational events– typically with spouses to honor a church-based a ministry/service organization

Organization:

  • Ecumenical with community-wide membership and activities.
  • Officers – Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary-Treasurer.
  • A Steering Committee oversees all functions and activities.
  • Sub-Committees are formed as needed for specific activities and events.

For information or to volunteer please contact:

 
 
Bill Rogers won the 1981 British Open at Royal St. George’s. He was named the PGA Player of the Year after seven tournament triumphs in 1981, including four PGA victories at the British Open, Sea Pines Heritage, World Series of Golf, and Texas Open. Rogers also finished runner-up at the U.S. Open. He capped off the season as a winning member of the 1981 Ryder Cup team, and 10 years later, he guided the Ryder Cup team to victory as an assistant coach.
 
Golf remains an important part of Rogers life; however, as he would tell you, “My life has moved from success to significance.” He uses his past golf success as a platform to tell others about the importance of living life in service to God.
 
Rogers travelled the world growing up as an ‘Air Force Brat,’ he then travelled the world as a golf professional, and he now travels the world serving God. Rogers began his PGA Tour career in 1974. He won 14 times featuring six PGA wins and eight international victories during his 14-year career, including the 1981 British Open.

Rogers now lives in San Antonio, and he will likely tell you about his work with Christian groups and his roles as a husband (married for 49 years), father, and grandfather (with three grandchildren and one on the way) before he tells you about his golfing success. Rogers was a four-year letter winner at the University of Houston, where he earned first-team All-America honors in 1973. He was inducted into the Houston Cougars Hall of Fame in 1987.