This little exercise illuminates one of the great challenges we face in reaching men with the Gospel – the widespread perception that Christ’s values closely resemble women’s values.
If you want to become a big shot in church, you must be a talker.
Congratulations, women. You’ve just trained your husbands to keep secrets from you.
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?
Getting more men to attend your church may be as simple as changing your music.
I’m already hearing from guys who are reading it and learning a lot about themselves. And they’re passing it on to their wives – igniting some badly needed conversations.
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.
It’s no coincidence that the mainline churches lost their men and their theological moorings at the same time.
A lot of otherwise irreligious men (and adult children) get dragged to church by mom on Mothers Day.
Even though Women of Faith was launched six years after Promise Keepers, it has the potential to outdraw PK by almost fifty-to-one this year.