Every Sunday dozens are healed of debilitating diseases, and a handful of people are raised from the dead. We add at least 3,000 new members a month.
When the midlife monster is clawing at the door, we want men to turn to the church. Yet men often do the opposite – when crazy time comes, men flee Christianity. Why?
Ninety percent of these studies found that more religiosity resulted in less crime. Only 2% found that religion produced more crime.
Men are deeply offended by: 1) incompetence, 2) disorder and 3) inconsistency within their beloved institutions. They long for a fair, impartial judge who will set injustice right.
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.
What happens when straight men see their married gay brethren enjoying the sexual salad bar? Will these straight husbands settle into a life of sexual predictability while this special class of married men continues to sow its wild oats?
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.
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?
What would a coaching-first church look like? Fortunately, there’s one recorded for us in the Gospel of Luke.