A piece of Gods character rests in the noble heroes around us. We as men following them can take those pieces to produce a courage more resilient than theirs.
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Dont just pray your problems away. Make sure you mix that prayer with purpose, action and sweat.
Always remember that you are trying to improve the youth sports experience for your child, and the rest of the team too.
Coaching others in how to make disciples certainly isnt easy, but the results are well worth it.
Perhaps our focus should be on inviting men to be in relationship as we pursue Christ together.
If you the fire you once had for God and his Word has flickered and gone out, rekindle it!
There are ways to fight back so you can overcome those roadblocks that are getting you down.
Even though you may be in neutral, God wants you to honor him until He kicks your ministry into high gear.
Here are some things you dads you can do to help improve your relationship with your wife.
Jeff Lawrence, founder and pastor of Redemption Church in Edmond, Okla., has seven tips for fathers who travel constantly.
Financial stability is a difficult thing in this day and age. Here are some tips to employ to your finances.
The church needs men to be disciples who make disciples for the glory of God.
Is it possible for teenage boys to love worship more than their Xbox or Wii? Or to raise kids that are passionate worshippers? Here's some advice on how you can raise kids that love to worship.
There is absolutely no reason, regardless of exactly when the second half of your life begins, for you to fail to live with godly enthusiasm, resolve, and passion.
If you want to lose weight, you have to pay the price and work through the sweat and tears. The good news is that the reward is surely great.
No matter the setting, try to maximize the kingdom impact of every interaction with every man.
There are many valid explanations for an ineffective prayer life. Christians dont have to live that way.
Men have their own role in Gods culture. Weve seen the results of the absence of men, but that tide is turning.
Honor is the foundation for good behavior that goes beyond mere obedience.
Lance Armstrong will continue to pay for his athletic indiscretions. But like the rest of us who have made mistakes, he is forgiven if only he asks and repents.