It's not easy when you want more spiritual success for men than they want it for themselves. What lures you to this conflicted world of ministry to men?
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You may have been putting this off for as long as you can, but when it's time, here's a solid, godly approach.
The daughter of an entrepreneur sent her dad a wake-up call recently. Here's what she told him.
Doesn't your wife deserve it? What are some simple ways that you show affection to her?
If your teen decides that school is not a priority, here are a few options you can present to them that might change their attitude.
Rick Warren says it doesn't matter what society thinks about marriage these days. Here's why only one opinion is relevant.
What do you do when nobody is looking? Are you the same person when someone is?
It may sound simplistic, but here are some steps to witnessing to the unchurched.
What's one specific way you plan to help your wife in the kitchen this Thanksgiving?
Do you have enough fortitude to come back from setbacks like Job did? Or would you simply curse God?
Are you listening, Christian fathers? None of us is perfect, but prayer can help you watch your language, especially around your kids.
This time, it's the husbands' turn. What other phrases have you discovered that cause more hurt than help in your marriage?
Are you fully engaged in your marriage, or are you simply going through the motions and being comfortable with the status quo?
Like most parents with grown children, Pastor Ron Edmondson would want to change some things about how he and his wife reared their kids.
Are you barely keeping your head above water financially? Is it because of one, some or all of these things?
Many pastors these days are asking, "Is it worth it to try to reach men in the church?" Here's why it is.
What kind of a role model are you to your children? Are you doing positive things to make them see you in a different light?
As Jesus is the only one who was perfect, we all have character flaws. This one, however, may be the worst.
What are some truthful statements we can say to our daughters that will make an impact on their lives?
What other phrases have you discovered that cause more hurt than help in your marriage?