A New Chapter: MDN Celebrates Legacy and Looks to the Future

**Press Release**

**For Immediate Release**

Farmingdale, NY – Men’s Discipleship Network (MDN), a cornerstone in the Church community for over two decades, is excited to announce a significant transition that marks both an end and a new beginning. As MDN celebrates more than 20+ years at 27 Grand Ave., Farmingdale, NY, the organization is poised to move to a new platform, reinforcing its commitment to “Change families one man at a time.”

Under the guidance and leadership of Scott Caesar, MDN has been a beacon of hope and transformation, discipling thousands of men and distributing millions of Bible-based resources over the past two decades. This move symbolizes not just a change in physical location but a step into a broader realm of outreach and impact.

The conclusion of this spring’s “Standing in the Gap” Bible Study will mark the end of an era at the current facility, with sessions on Thursday, June 6, 7pm and Thursday, June 13, 7pm both live and on Zoom. Click here to learn more and join online.

MDN invites the community to join in celebrating the legacy of the current location, which has been more than just a building. It has been a home where individuals have discipled others, raised families, ministered, and experienced significant encounters with God and fellow believers.

We are on the brink of something extraordinary,” said Scott Caesar. “This is a moment to celebrate our past and embrace the future with anticipation. We are grateful for every life touched within these walls and excited for the new chapters ahead. The best is yet to come for the Glory of God and the good of man. We invite you to be a part of this journey with us.

For more information about the move, the celebration, and how you can be involved in MDN’s next phase, please visit www.MensDisciplshipNetwork.com

About Men’s Discipleship Network:

Men’s Discipleship Network (MDN) is a Christian faith-based organization dedicated to changing families one man at a time through biblical discipleship. With over 27 years of service, MDN has been a pivotal resource for spiritual growth, church community support, and transformative ministry. 


Ms. Eunice Dussek, Administration



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"I can honestly say I would not be the follower of Christ I am today without MDN. "The transformation in my life from one of anger and bondage to performance and other people's opinion of me to one of more peace, more freedom and total acceptance in the family of Christ is only due to God's Word coming through Pastor Scott and my brothers at MDN."

-Phil Caporusso

"I have to say that after having Scott Caesar preach a sermon at my home church and explain biblical manhood he convinced me to join the men’s ministry, follow MDN and join The Iron Council. I love his heart and the example all the leaders here set. My wife is very thankful for the better man I’ve become due to the encouragement found here. Thank you!!!"

-Luis Pimentel

"MDN Changes lives! 12 years ago my wife wrote in a Valentine's Day card to me: "Never stop going to [MDN]. It has changed your life. It has changed your kids' lives. It has changed the men at your church." I have seen how this ministry has changed lives. Not just saying to "Know God. Love God" but actually to live them out."

-Coach T.J. Fitzgerald

Seeing the passion of 6 tables of men inspired me [after I came to MDN my first time.] Here I am 4 plus years after my initial visit still being strengthened, encouraged, admonished, and loved by MDN. God bless everyone involved in sharing God's word with the people in the trenches thanks to Christ Jesus tearing down the curtain.

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