The faith of young men today is under severe attack. Mature men, are you up to the challenge of true discipleship for them?
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Living as a believer in today's culture is a lot like swimming in shark-infested waters. Here's how you can navigate those murky waters and keep your integrity and godliness intact.
If you didn't quite get enough 'adult time' during the summer break, consider these creative ways to recharge your marriage.
Are you and your wife always pointing the finger at one another in the face of problems? Here are some keys to a win-win.
No Christian should ever be ashamed to admit they have a problem with masturbation. There's hope and victory in Jesus!
It's no secret that there is a wide emotional gap between men and women. Here are some things that can help close it.
If you don't do this, it's almost guaranteed that your spiritual life and your relationship with Jesus will become stagnated.
Do you have someone who will 'get under the rock' with you on the deep issues of life?
Is your wife confident in herself? Have you been sowing kind, affirming words into her life?
Has the romantic spice left your marriage? Here are some fun and creative ways to get it back.
You and your marriage might need these 7 tips more than you think. Are you ready to accept this challenge?
A marriage writer argues that porn is not manly, even though conquering a woman on-screen may make men feel that way in their minds.
Have you left the responsibility of raising your kids to your wife? How do you spend any extra time you might have during the day?
If you do these things, the chances of your marriage growing stronger are sure to multiply.
A growing number of believers are reading between the lines of Scripture. Is this newfound freedom or massive deception?
Is your favorite sports team more important in your life than God? Which do you spend more time with?
They all have this one prevailing trait, and it is far from unfixable.
Do you and your wife share devotional time regularly? Here are some of the benefits.
Most men I know don't seem to have the kinds of friendships they had in high school and college. What gives?
What are some methods you have employed in dealing with a defiant teen?