Come in peace to war!
Worship, resembleding Christ.
War unto peace. Go!
['Resembleding' is a verb form combining the past and the continuing, it is a way of attempting a shorthand version of 'already, not yet'. 'War unto peace' ambiguously refers to what has happened and what will happen. Our 'liturgical warfare' brings us to peace with GodTrinity--thus 'Go in peace,' and we go out to war (in the pattern of the worship service) toward the peace that He has already established, but is yet to come.]
[Will that attract MEN? Maybe if combined with a battle briefing and a call for volunteers to be commissioned to go about doing good in their unique capabilities, as the charismatic Sunday Adelaja in Kiev does. Page 135 ff. of http://www.amazon.com/Church-Shift-Revolutionizing-Faith-Century/dp/1599790971 He has 2000 (two thousand) groups like this. He's in the battle.]