Reading Time: 4 minutes Learning how to be a Godly man is caught more than it is taught. Boys watch their fathers. Teenagers observe men they admire. Cornelius in Acts 10 is an excellent example of a man God used for a great purpose. Here are 4 qualities of a man that God can use.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The question of legacy is something that I wrestled with for many years, I too believed that a legacy is a business empire. So what then is a legacy?
Reading Time: 3 minutes In my house, there will always be God because I believe that is the best way. God can use me to help others in a broken world. Learn why as Christian men in your home, there should be God.
Reading Time: 4 minutes In our world today we see marriages crumbling for many reasons. One reason is an imbalance. Imbalance happens when a small thing is out of its designed purpose, it can create a negative impact. Let’s discuss the importance of a balanced marriage.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Saying ‘YES’ to everyone is not good, especially when you are just doing it to appear good in his or her eyes. You feel depleted, exhausted, and even feel like everyone depends on you. So why is the word ‘NO’ so important in a person’s life and why does it relate to reasonable service?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Real men are spiritual leaders in their family. At least that’s what I thought they said when I returned from a ministry event for men in the summer of 1994. But there was a lot of baggage that I carried forward that had to be dealt with before I could even begin to think of being a leader of anything spiritual.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The first topic in the “Myths that make us miserable” series is “Haters”. A word that spread like wildfire in the 90s. In hater-nomics, we’ll look at the spheres of influence and how to focus your efforts on the people that will give you the highest return on investment.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you move away from others because you want to be safe and avoid hurt (isolation)? Or do you move towards others because you think you need them to live (immersion)? While most of us don’t tend to live at either of these extremes, we do tend towards independence or co-dependence. Where we are on the continuum varies within each relationship, but in most cases, the problems we have in relationships tend to fit one of three relational profiles.
Reading Time: 7 minutes We were made for relationships. Connections add value, meaning, and purpose to our lives. In our culture today, there are innumerable shades of gray in relationships. The sexual confusion of what is masculinity and femininity have conservatives scratching our heads in wonder.
Reading Time: 4 minutes ‘What’s your name? And what do you do for work?’ These are two questions you inevitably get asked when you meet someone. It’s tempting to get all indignant, ’I’m more than just my job,’ but the heart of the question is identity. And it’s worth remembering that identity determines actions, not the other way round.