If you agree that God wants your church to disciple men, then stand in agreement and act with your pastor. Its something the Master needs.
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If youre a divorced dad, no matter what, dont let frustration get the best of you. Other dads in your situation have found ways to stay connected with their kids.
Your home needs to be one worthy of the blessing of God. Discover how you can bring that about.
When we are not calling upon God, when were not praying, when were not seeking, its undeniable evidence that we are trusting in ourselves.
Men, we need to get serious about the prophet Elijah's key message: "If the Lord is God, follow Him!"
Money may not be able to buy you happiness, but here are some things that certainly can.
If Americas pastors would make mens discipleship a high priority, there is no limit to what could be done for the cause of Christ.
One of the best definitions of Christlike prayer could be when you put yourself in the shoes of the person you are praying for.
Husbands, you were once the knight in shining armor to the woman who fell in love with you. Sherri Mills, author of the book, Marriage 101 for Men, encourages you to ride to her rescue again.
The Christian man who has turned his back on the dating scene is not to be consumed with bitterness, selfish anger, vengefulness or hate. He is called to love women as his neighbors or as his sisters in Christ.
If we are going to catch the worlds attention, we must manifest Gods presence in the area of our calling.
While you obviously cannot pick your childrens friends, make sure the ones they do have wont be detrimental to them.
When death comes, what will be your hope? Turn from your sins, and trust in Him who is the living hope.
We must stop the enemy's assault on men, (and women), through pornography and destructive sexual behavior. Psychologist Douglas Weiss shares how we can win this battle.
As a homeschooling parent, Melanie Young discovered that lessons that were good for her oldest son didnt exactly go over well with her other sons.
How would your kids define fatherhood? As a series of erratic, confusing phone calls, broken promises or what Mom mutters about under her breath?
Our own morals have no power to deliver us from our darkest thoughts and deeds. That job is left to Jesus.
No matter what you have done to your life or how you have failed, there is hope for you. God can take any man who is broken and make him whole again.
Fathers need to understand that they will fail their children because they are not perfect. Dont try to be perfect. You'll only frustrate yourself and withdraw.
When God takes you home, what will your family say about you? Will God say you finished well?