Should we organize Christians in an entirely different way so that disciple making becomes the norm? Put another way: is it possible to design a church where coaching is the primary function – not merely an add-on that relatively few people participate in?
Ninety percent of U.S. men believe in God. Five out of six call themselves Christians. But only one of six can be found in church on a given Sunday. Maybe it’s time to build a different kind of church.
Have you ever noticed that Christians speak normally to one another, but when they speak to aloud to God they lapse into a strange language and tone? I call this “prayer-speak” and it’s epidemic in evangelical churches today.
There are four thousand new “church plants” in the U.S. each year. And they’re all the same.
Is your church becoming more or less man-friendly? I want to hear from you!
Why have most civilizations been hostile toward homosexuality? Why does the Bible call it “an abomination?” Why is the modern world suddenly accepting this long forbidden practice? And what impact will this have on the church and its men?
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.
God is God – and he can do whatever he wants. The spiritual always trumps the practical. Yet the practical does matter.
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When it comes to putting men in pews, nothing matters more than pastoral quality – as a communicator, and as a man. Every other consideration pales in comparison.