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Safeguard Against Workplace Temptations

Coaching Corner: The Holy Side of Anger

How you choose to express your feelings can be moral or immoral, mature or immature. But the feelings themselves are neutral. More importantly, they're part of being human. And that certainly includes the human feeling of anger.

Does My Spouse Need to Know?

I receive questions like this one all the time: Should I reveal to my spouse events from my past even though I believe he could never find out about them?

Cultivating Real Intimacy between a Man and a Woman

A wise wife of goodwill, who uses her innate influence to love and to heal in facilitating emotional closeness, is a source of magnificent power in creating marital intimacy...

  • Paul and Sandy Coughlin |
  • July 01, 2008 |
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Raising Kids of Character: Lessons from Tiger Woods' Dad, Earl

You’ve seen those Sports Dads -- the completely fanatic dad who focuses on creating the perfect prodigy. But in raising a son toward unparalleled success in golf and in life, Earl Woods was decidedly different…

A Longing Like Starvation

The God who loves me is working all things together for good. So when this loneliness feels like death, aches like starvation, I confess that I am alive and well fed. Time is not my enemy and waiting is not punishment.

  • Hudson Russell Davis |
  • June 24, 2008 |
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Two Wars

In Two Wars, Army Ranger Nate Self relates the harrowing story of the Robert's Ridge Rescue in Afghanistan and of his subsequent struggles with post-traumatic stress. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

This Father's Day, Learn How to Help a Caveman

When the Bible paints the picture of its great heroes, it does not just use the light colors of victory and happiness and joy. It also paints the full portrait with the dark colors of sadness, difficulty, depression, defeat, sin and temptation.

Quiet Strength

In his inspiring and reflective memoir, Quiet Strength, Coach Tony Dungy tells the story of a life lived for God and family—and challenges us all to redefine our ideas of what it means to succeed.

  • Tony Dungy with Nathan Whitaker |
  • June 10, 2008 |
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Taking The Hit: When Men Sacrifice Margin for Meaning

I had to let Bill determine for himself what was worthwhile before he could commit himself to sacrifice for it. Sacrifice had now morphed into a positive duty creating a more positive perspective.

Men at the Cross: New Men's Outreach in Arenas Nationwide

Author and camp director Joe White is leading a new discipleship movement in 2008.

Worthwhile Advice for the Engaged and Newly Married

Within hours of getting engaged, the advice starts flowing from loved ones and even strangers. While some of the advice is helpful, there's also a lot of bad advice given to engaged couples. Jen Booth shares the words she cherished and the words she chose to ignore...

What God Does When Men Lead

In What God Does When Men Lead, author Bill Peel helps men identify their unique God-given talents, by encouraging them to put aside doubts and insecurity, boldly embrace leadership gifts and use them to transform their family life, workplace and church. Read an excerpt.

Christ Briefs His Men for Their Mission

Jesus sent his men out thusly: "like sheep among wolves. Therefore, be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves." Now that is what I call a green light!

Do You Wish You Could Get a Break?

One man goes bankrupt and the next one flourishes - in the same industry and locale. What's the difference between the two?

The Men in Christ's Life: Zacchaeus

Zacchaeus, was another person who had a bunch of junk in his life. The town did not like him for the kind of work he did. But like myself, I believe he had one foot in the world and one foot in Christ. And he needed one step (up a tree) to cross the line where he, too, would know his purpose.

Getting Caught Off Guard

God’s man is duty bound to integrate the intel God has provided.

Better Luck Next Time for Iron Man

During a preview screening, squeals upon the first full look at Iron Man were a resounding signal as to what the audience had come to see—not Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark. No, this man of steel—"titanium alloy" Stark specifies—is the star of the show.

How Can We Resist Temptation?

Do all singles struggle with the temptation of physical desires? For those of you who don’t struggle with this temptation, Praise God! For the rest of us, the Bible provides practical instruction and lessons on how we may be able to handle this and other temptations.

Still Selling Typewriters?

Are you using business principles that were effective 20 years ago - but are dreadfully out of date today?

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