This Christmas Eve, I happened to attend two candlelight services. One church understood how to make men comfortable; the other did not. One church got the little things right; the other did not.
The happy-dancer in the front row was the most emotional and vigorous worshipper at my church. Does this mean her worship was the most pleasing to God?
Planning your Christmas services? It’s not too late to make them magnetic to men.
It’s a simple matter of where we invest our time, money and energy.
There are four thousand new “church plants” in the U.S. each year. And they’re all the same.
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?
There’s no sense in trying to compete with the megachurches – you can’t.
A lot of otherwise irreligious men (and adult children) get dragged to church by mom on Mothers Day.
In September 2011 I released a revised version of my first book, Why Men Hate Going to Church. I boiled down some of the book’s main recommendations into a checklist. FIFTY WAYS TO MAKE YOUR CHURCH MORE APPEALING TO MEN: Front door experience: Maintain your buildings and grounds Put men in the parking lot to…