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God is Not Boring

Imagination is like a muscle. It grows stronger when you flex it. And you must flex it.

What Makes Your Wife Feel Loved?

Your wife needs fresh expressions of your love every day to know that your heart still beats strongly for her.

Pears and Pigskins: St. Augustine and the New England Patriots

The on-field accomplishments of the best team in the NFL have been overshadowed by off-the-field controversies — controversies that say more about our culture than they do about football.

Top 10 Qualities to Look For in a Wife

A 26-year-veteran of the married game humorously counts down the qualities single men should seek in a wife. But each factor comes with a downside!

In the Absence of Men

What happens when boys grow up without the influence of male authority? The absence of engaged males in authority—fathers in particular—leads to brutal, crude, dangerous and narcissistic teenage boys and young men.

How Do You Perceive Obstacles?

We often “perceive” an obstacle in our life as a blockade, trying to avoid it, rather than working our way over it and through it. Many of us end up concentrating so much on the obstacle that we miss what God has for us on the other side.

Redefining Heroism

My concern is for a society that has elevated mere celebrity to hero status, and for a Church that has been flaccid in asserting the true virtues of heroism.

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 14, 2007 |
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Cardinal Pitcher Adam Wainwright Does it the Wright Way

The man who recorded the final out for last season's World Series champions talks about how important faith and family are to him.

Coaching Corner: The Cliff

Cliff jumping is essential to the process of personal transformation. Without leaping off a few terrifying precipices, you will never become all that you were created to be.

  • Michael D. Warden |
  • August 28, 2007 |
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A Personal Reaction to Michael Vick

I am quick to condemn Michael Vick and the culture that allows dogfighting. But where is my outrage for "the least of these?" Where is my caring heart?

Faith and Fathers: Obvious, and Documented, Conclusions

There's no serious doubt that fatherlessness is bad for our kids. So what makes men better dads? The answer is surprisingly simple: Faith.

Why Men Need Friends

Men are raised to be naturally independent, to not depend on someone else and to not show “need.” As a result, we think that if we do ask for help we show weakness, and that’s one of the underlying reasons that men can find it more difficult to give their lives over to Christ.

Men, Make God's Dreams for Your Life Come True

Those dreams stirring in your soul can come true if you embrace God's plans with passion.

Irvin & Bonds: A Tale of Two Superstars

Two controversial athletes reached milestones this weekend. But the one who entered the football Hall of Fame exemplified something different from the one who tied the home run record - redemption.

Flood of Pornography Threatening Marriages, the Church

The numbers are staggering: up to 45 million unique users visited adult websites in a recent month, several of whom are losing their marriages, jobs, even ministries.

Men in the Muddle: Navigating the Confused State of Manhood

Co-existing with the ideal standard of biblical manhood is conventional manhood which, over the last decade, has been changing faster than Clark Kent in a phone booth.

Elfstrand Affirms Manhood with 10 Passions of a Man's Soul

Why do we have this problem in our culture, that guys never grasp that they belong in the fraternity of men? The author of a new book on male passions spoke with Crosswalk about manhood.

How Much Do You Really Need?

In our attempts to always have more, how do we know when enough is enough?

The Making of a Friendship

We probably know more about David’s entire life than most any other person in the Bible. But, beyond all of the lessons we can learn from his reign as king, it was the time prior to him taking the throne that we can learn the most in regards to true friendship.

Spotlight Gives Pujols Opportunity to Shine for Christ

"Every time I reach base or step on the plate," Albert Pujols told the Christian Family Day crowd of 9,000-plus, "I remind myself it’s not about Albert Pujols, it’s about Jesus Christ."

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