Polls show a sharp gender divide in the electorate. What do these differences tell us about men and women – how they see the world, themselves, and the church?
The church-on-the-corner that’s been the bedrock of American Christianity since colonial days will cease to exist by 2062.
Getting more men to attend your church may be as simple as changing your music.
Why this furor over a single play in an early season game? And what can it teach us about men and their participation in the church?
Most of these men are faithful churchgoers – yet they freely admit they don’t get much from it.
I’ve spent a couple of months boiling the mission of Church for Men down to its core. I’ve come up with seven principles that define our message and mission.
These stunning survey results give us a clue as to why Christianity is so rapidly changing into a family-centered faith; why Christian culture is feminizing; and why the gender gap in many denominations continues to grow.
There’s a deeper reason men of this generation are so strongly drawn to superheroes. Every man longs to be a hero himself – but today’s society offers men very few opportunities for heroic behavior. And unfortunately the church is one of the places men feel particularly un-heroic.
This church, built on a very masculine model, is having trouble attracting men to its weekly worship services.
It’s no coincidence that the mainline churches lost their men and their theological moorings at the same time.