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He Said-She Said: What Is My Destiny?

A reader asks: “Is something wrong if, at 30 years old, you don’t know what you want to be when you’re already ‘grown up’?” Find out what “He” and “She” have to say in response to this question about destiny.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • April 22, 2008 |
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Men & Christian Friendship: It Won't Just Happen on its Own

The Bible speaks about friendship and male leadership and iron sharpening iron... and we are either purposefully choosing or unwittingly failing to make bonding and sharpening a priority.

Is There a War Against Fathers in America?

Albert Mohler recently interviewed Dr. Stephen Baskerville, professor at Patrick Henry College and author of the book, “Taken Into Custody: The War Against Fatherhood, Marriage and the Family.”

Symbiotic Accountability: Paul's Recommendation to Thessalonian Men

Spiritual independence is an oxymoron. The key word here is moron. God's man is designed to live interdependently with another brother.

Men, Missions, and Masturbation

One of the major forces preventing young men from obeying the call of God into vocational Christian service is defeat in the area of lust.

It's All In The Mind?

My bride and her female co-conspirators often forward silly e-mails that point out the unique qualities of men. My only defense is that the grey matter of the average male truly is different.

Opening Day is Still Magic

In my mind there is no more special day in sports than opening day in baseball, the one day these privileged athletes seem to forget they are millionaires and actually appear grateful that they are paid to play a kid’s game.

How to Become a Better Listener

Listening is one skill that many people take for granted. Yet, it's a necessary way of communicating love to our children. Here are several ways you can become a more effective listener with your kids.

Work Trials May be Damaging Other Areas of Your Life

I've seen grown men ignoring their wives, hiding out to avoid seeing their friends, watching too much TV and eating foods that blunt their minds when life at work became tough...

Why Dads Matter to Daughters

Dr. Meg Meeker has treated far too many young girls for sexually transmitted diseases, depression, eating disorders, and underage pregnancy. And time and again, she's found that the girls involved in damaging behaviors are the girls who don't feel loved and valued by their fathers...

Coaching Corner: Knowing Your Mission

God designed you—your desires, passions, and longings—for a specific reason. All of these, when brought together into the light of God’s presence, will point you to the true, God-inspired mission of your life.

Stale Story Hurts Spectacle of 10,000 B.C.

10,000 B.C. works as sheer spectacle, but its story is forgettable. Its unknown actors make an impression because of their striking looks, but it’s hard to fathom what their future roles might be based on this special-effects driven extravaganza.

'Raising Dad' a Primer on the Importance of Father-Child Relationships

At first glance, Thom Rainer, president of LifeWay Christian Resources, looks like the shoo-in for father of the decade. But Rainer believes any accolades from his sons are filtered through lenses of mercy, grace and unconditional love...

  • Kelly Davis Shrout |
  • February 29, 2008 |
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Being Slow to Become Angry

Slow to become angry? It’s easy to think about when you’re not frustrated, aggravated, or in the midst of a heated discussion. However, when you are in the middle of a conflict or faced with a major disappointment, this may be a much more difficult task.

From Homer to Paul: The True Measure of Manhood

Biblically speaking, we can conclude that the mantle of manhood calls men to lead the charge in caring for creation, honoring God's commands, and loving one's spouse. A lofty ideal, but what does that look like?

Sleepless in America

We live in a culture today that spurns rest. Whether it is working later hours to have more spending power or commuting longer distances to live "the good life," the truth is people are ready to skip rest to do it all...

Bill Belichick: Much More Than Meets the Eye

Sitting back down in the seat next to mine along the dais that evening, the most misunderstood coach in the National Football League smiled and asked how he’d done...

Beware of Becoming This Type of Man

God's Word goes so far as to even identify what type of person we should avoid, stay away from, never consider as a viable marriage partner, and certainly not become.

  • Dr. John Barnett |
  • February 01, 2008 |
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Midlife: Going Where No Man Has Gone Before

This excerpt from the Midlife Manual for Men explains how each man going through midlife right now will respond to that extremely personal journey in a way unique to himself.

  • Stephen Arterburn & John Shore |
  • January 25, 2008 |
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