You probably know if your marriage is going down a dangerous path. Here are five ways to set it right.
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What are the keys to your childs college success? Dont be surprised to find out that youre one of them, dad.
How do you plan to honor your mother this Sunday on Mothers Day? Have you cooked up something special?
Have you thanked your wife lately for the wonderful things she has done for you and for your family?
Are you ready and willing to pay the price to secure blessings for your children?
Whether your wife is sharing her deepest secrets or simply venting to you about her day, not listening to her when she talks can have several consequences. Read about some of them.
What was the job that established your work ethic? What would you consider the starting block of your manhood?
What is a warm relationship with your child? What does it look like? How can you tell if you have one?
Are we showing our children how to look at the world with clear eyes and a sober heart?
The family budget may not stretch as far as it used to. Here are some good ways to cut the cost and keep the romance alive in your marriage.
What is one piece of advice you would offer to young men growing into maturity?
Its never too early for young men to learn about how to treat women with respect. Here are a few things that all menespecially the younger generationshould know.
Its an age-old idea, but its a proven one. Find out what you can do to build that desired strong bond with your wife and children.
There are certain rules for an authentic man when it comes to how they should treat women. Here are a few of them.
What matters moremuscle mass, money or self-confidence? The answerand these four steps to giving women what they're really looking formay surprise you.
While being a mentor and having a mentor are worthwhile endeavors, here are some common misconceptions about the idea.
Writing or journaling is a good idea for everyone. However, find out why it would be especially beneficial for men to do this during church service.
Have you built a close enough bond with your kids that they accept your life values? Should they accept your life values?
As a pastor, have you remembered the covenant you made before God concerning your bride, or do you act like John Wesley did toward his?
What types of marriages last not only five years but until death do us part? Can you think of any more factors for success than these?