Mobile YP Men Outside

Young Professional (YP) Peer Advisory Groups (PAG) are closed groups of 10 young professionals with a SAGE (Seasoned Action oriented Godly Executive) leader.

Why: Isolation is dangerous and leadership development without focus and mentorship can be slow. The YP initiative is designed to accelerate the process of becoming a Christ centered business leader worth following.

How: Each meeting will include 3 periods: Fellowship/member host issue/and roundtable sharing, Presentation by local Christian business executive, and Spiritual sharpening 

Who: Young Professional men 25-45 years old

When: Once monthly 3 hour meetings

What: Experienced, successful business professionals will lead Young Professional Peer Advisory Groups through a proven process of study, prayer and teaching. You will be an integral part of CBMC Mobile, a network comprised of Christ centered business executives throughout this area. 

Space is limited.
This opportunity comes with high expectations and high reward potential.


For more info, contact Travis Toth at, (251)367.6195, or complete our contact form.



Blake Mathews Headshot

Moving back to Mobile, CBMC has been a great place of fellowship for me to connect with other young businessmen who share the same values as myself. The speakers and the leaders of the group have been influential in my business and personal life. I really enjoy getting to hear Godly men share their story of how Jesus has used them in their business to impact His Kingdom. Several members of the group and myself meet once a week for breakfast for a check in/prayer.
Blake Mathews 

kenneth wells fiishing

Around a year ago, in a tough season, I challenged myself to get out of my comfort zone and turn 100% of my life over to God. Through that decision I found Travis and CBMC Young Professionals. Having these men walk with me through life has been an unexpected blessing. I’ve seen lives changed, miraculous healing, new careers & relocations, and many other answered prayers. God has been moving within this group and I’ve been grateful to be a part of it.
Kenneth Wells