There are four thousand new “church plants” in the U.S. each year. And they’re all the same.
It’s not in the Bible. The phrase was never seen in literature until 1881, and was not widely spoken in churches until men began departing in the early 1970s.
If you want to become a big shot in church, you must be a talker.
Is your church becoming more or less man-friendly? I want to hear from you!
Many of today’s Christians believe in a God who indulges them. A God who winks when they’re disobedient. A God who lets them do as they please. A God who looks down from heaven – and chuckles.
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God is God – and he can do whatever he wants. The spiritual always trumps the practical. Yet the practical does matter.
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.
This church, built on a very masculine model, is having trouble attracting men to its weekly worship services.