Men of Integritys Jim Clayton gives tips on how to beef up your prayer life.
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Instead of viewing pornography or chasing extramarital sex, Kenny Luck urges men to seek godly counsel and spiritual direction.
Sleeping Giant Programs aim to put jolt into mens ministries in local churches and to keep them healthy and strong.
Dont be willing to settle for second best when it comes to your relationship with Jesus Christ.
Already having established a foundation on the subject, its time for men to get serious about accountability.
Are Westerners expectations too lofty when they volunteer for missions in some countries?
Men are encouraged to be gospeled. Take hold of Christ as he has taken hold of you.
Developing strong friendshipssomeone in whom you can confide your deepest secretsisnt going to happen overnight.
God is looking for strong warriors to wage spiritual warfare for souls is a deteriorating society.
Dont live a defeated Christian life simply because you do not understand the ministry of the Holy Spirit.
The importance of developing vital Christian friendships with other men cannot be overstated.
A disciple seeks chances to rescue those who are ready to transfer their trust.
Mayo Clinic endocrinologist Dr. James Levine says sitting too much can be hazardous to your health.
Don't judge yourself by what you have achieved in the secular world and the things you have accumulated. How you stand with God is the real barometer of life.
When youre raising boys, dont be surprised when one or more of them wants to get involved in athletics.
A report by the University of California reveals that seniors who stay active on a daily basis are less likely to develop Alzheimers.
In the aftermath of a video in which actor Angus T. Jones slams CBS show Two and a Half Men, his mother is speaking out, saying she's worried her son is being exploited by the church that posted the video.
Use these great tips and get the couples in your church to prayer for each other every day.
Throttled by a sex scandal more than a month ago, members of the University of Louisiana-Lafayette football team were publicly baptized recently to pledge their love for Christ.
Nineteen-year-old Angus T. Jones has been on the show since he was 10 but says he doesn't want to be on it. He used some strong words to describe the popular sitcom.