We cannot forget our persecuted brothers and sisters — not only because they deserve our prayers, but also because we’re missing a huge opportunity to reach more men and boys.
Fathers often choose youth sports over church for a reason most Christians would applaud – they want to spend time with their families. Can we blame them?
I’ve compiled a list of seven quick articles that will inspire and challenge you as we Americans return to our two largest educational institutions – the local school and the local church.
Why would we downplay the Bible’s teachings on sex when a rising tide of secular voices is beginning to join us?
Film is the new campfire. It’s the shared culture of young men. And it’s still one of the most powerful pathways into a man’s heart. Men who may be afraid of the Bible are perfectly comfortable discovering truth from the movies they already know.
We’re pro-dad at Church for Men. No one has more influence over the faith of children than their fathers. Please read and be encouraged by these three brief articles.
Every time Patrick opens up and shares his true feelings and emotions, there’s a man who tells him to stop. Or he pays a penalty for opening up. Patrick gets the message: to be a man is to deny your true feelings.
I am no different than Adam Lanza or King Herod. I am man – capable of immense evil. Yet I’m a beloved man – and a forgiven man. This has made all the difference in my life.
Mixed Martial Arts is one of the fastest growing sports on the planet. The capital of MMA is Las Vegas, where Joshua Boyd has founded Fight Church, an outreach community to fighters and their loved ones.
Two religions that put special emphasis on men are America’s fastest growing, according to a study released this week.