An excellent quote from John Stott on the inseparable importance of truth and love in Christian relationships and community.
We are called to love our wives and lead our families just as christ has loved and lead us as his people, his church. So let us look at what this biblical headship is and fully understand why we must do this.
Let’s look at a set of tiny but extremely important words in scripture: “But God…” In this, Lance continues to walk us through practical applications of scripture passages in an effort to help us understand and apply our Bible studies in relevant, everyday-life, immediate ways.
With love in the air, we thought this would be a good month to talk all things relationships with a focus on the romantic — dating, sex, purity, and marriage! Brew your best cup of coffee, have your questions ready, and let’s discuss relationships with some of the guys on Saturday morning! View it here!
We “sit down” with friend and brother of faith, David Qaoud, to discuss life and his journey into his theological views, his free e-book he wrote, “6 Things You Didn’t Know About John Calvin”, and some thoughts on the reformed theology resurgence among young men.
We are excited to announce two new things we’re doing as a community! One, we’re going to be reading books together, and two, we are opening our private communications app for like-minded, friendly, community discussions as we do this! Here are the details and the sign-up for your invite!
As we grow more capable of the fruit of the Spirit manifesting itself through us in self-control, we are able to look past our own selfishness and benefit not only others, but ourselves too! Nolan looks at how this is possible from the truths of scripture.
We love creating and we love a well created item or experience around here! This little project was and is a terrific example of this. After all, it’s working with God’s very word as the material, so it’s already awesome! Did you order a set? Will you be ordering?
If we are to be men of God, cable of being used by God in meaningful ways, we must learn to be humble or we will learn to be humbled. God is clear about this. We see a challenging example of this in the leadership and development of Peter as Jesus discipled him.
Maybe it’s ambition, a desire to be kind, or a desire to please, but whatever it is for you, one of the hardest things we must learn as maturing Christian men is to say, “No” to some things. Payte gives a personal and practical example to help explain why and how this benefits us.
This short documentary on the exemplary and (though he wouldn’t like the term) “legendary” writer, thinker, teacher, and man of God, J.I. Packer, is an excellent and moving reminder of the kind of men we want to be.
Altar calls or no altar calls? Can they truly have value or can they actually be dangerous and misleading? Blake shares his personal story and experiences as we think through this common ministry practice.
We all love superheroes. In fact, if some of us are willing to admit it, we’ve probably wanted to be one. But, there is no room for Superman in the Church — God has not designed it that way.
As men we often feel compelled to be “better” or “stronger” or whatever it is that would make us seem “greater” in our minds or the minds of others. But, what is this feeling and what does it mean? Is there a way to actually achieve it? Should we be trying to?
Does musical style matter to God? Are there certain styles better, more holier, than other styles of music? Do lyrics really matter? What makes some songs more worth listening to than others for us as Christians?
There’s a vacancy in the army of God: He’s missing some resolute defenders of the gospel! Not just any fearless believer is helpful though. In an increasingly intelligent and hostile world, we need to know our stuff as well.