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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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My Best Friend's Marriage

If a close friend has gotten married, you already know that this causes changes in your relationship. Ultimately, if you remain loyal and considerate, your friendship will likely continue and perhaps become even stronger as long as you are respectful of your friend’s marriage.

Can God Use Me As a Dad?

Have you ever thought about how to qualify as a dad? You can't. But we can learn from one of the New Testament's best examples of godly parenting, Joseph.

  • Dr. John Barnett |
  • January 18, 2008 |
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Increasing Intimacy in Your Marriage

Dr. Gary Smalley and his wife, Norma, discuss some key moments in their marriage where they were able to increase their levels of emotional intimacy.

Straight from the Heart: A Plan to Organize Your Giving

Do you find it hard to give financially to the church - especially after looking at the daunting pile of bills and other financial needs?

Lessons on Sport From the Mitchell Report

In the wake of the release of the Mitchell Report on performance-enhancing drugs in Major League Baseball, Albert Mohler interviewed fellow radio host and former major league pitcher Frank Pastore. Frank pitched for the Cincinnati Reds from 1979 to 1985 and ended his career with the Minnesota Twins in 1986.

Make Yourself Irresistible

People are often shocked to learn that the key to being irresistibly attractive is much simpler than the cut of your hair or clothes. I won't try and tell you that being attractive has nothing to do with your appearance, but if you can master a single skill, your appearance will seem more attractive to everyone.

  • Neil Clark Warren |
  • January 01, 2008 |
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Isn't It About Time You Got Married?

I've got a few unanswered questions about my life. I'd like to know if I'll ever be a homemaker and homeowner. I've discovered, though, that I rarely have to ask questions like this. There are plenty of other people in my life asking them for me.

The Changing Face of Retirement

People are living longer, staying healthy longer, and remaining active longer. What do you need to do to be financially and spiritually prepared for those later years?

  • Steve Scalici, CFP |
  • December 25, 2007 |
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The Leader of The Band's Legacy Lives On

Any boy from the last 40 years who was close to his father can probably dig up a meaning for "Leader of the Band" by the late Dan Fogelberg, who in death has a reminder for all men.

Who Are You Serving?

One of the main blessings God gives us is the joy that we ourselves receive when God uses us to be his tool for ministering to someone in need. So, let’s take a closer look at Scripture to find God's instructions for the early church on generous giving...

Is Your Work Sacred or Secular?

As the son of life-long missionaries, I have always felt the tension between the sacred and the secular. I felt this tension most when I was about to graduate from an Ivy League university with highest honors in finance and engineering, and I readied myself to enter the marketplace...

Four Slippery Steps to Adultery

Nancy C. Anderson's marriage was almost lost to infidelity. Here, she discusses the progressive choices that lead to destruction.

  • Nancy C. Anderson |
  • December 07, 2007 |
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Should Parents be Concerned About The Golden Compass?

You've probably received an e-mail about the upcoming fantasy film The Golden Compass by now. And you may be wondering "Is this movie really so bad?"

Done any Whittling Lately? The Gift of Being

Maybe in our rush to ‘do’ we miss some of the opportunities to just ‘be.’

Husbands: Here's How to Have a Great Wife

All the marriage books in the world are helpful, and at the same time not. Here's why: women aren't a formula.

Embellished, Sexed-Up Beowulf Falls Flat

In the hands of screenwriters Neil Gaiman and Roger Avary, this adaptation of Beowulf adds a large dose of sex, nudity and moral failing to the epic poem’s story of a hero from across the seas who fights monsters at his own peril.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 23, 2007 |
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