“There is an entire generation of young people who think they are so important that they somehow need to be world changers; most of them will never come close.” This video is a quick but vital word for us as men in our day when it’s so easy to be distracted from our mission.
As men of God, a biblical, God honoring, Christ exalting theology and understanding of “work” is essential to our life. We often think of work as a burden, but it shouldn’t be this way. Our fallen nature and sin do make it tougher on us all, but we were always meant to work and enjoy laboring and discovering as well as making and providing just as our God and creator does. So with this category we discuss earning a living, providing for family, character and competencies in the marketplace, how we honor and represent God in our jobs, and more! For a complete description of our categories check out the Categories page.
I believe one of the most important tenants of being a Godly man is a man who plans and executes. I love what Proverbs 16:3 says, “Commit to the LORD whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.” God wants us to have plans and He wants to be a part of them.
We’ve known we needed something more for quite a while. So after months and months of work on this, we are excited to roll out a new category of content on The Majesty’s Men. Here’s what it’s all about and how you can contribute to it!
Doing “big things” has become a distraction at best and trap at worst for men in our culture. It’s glorified everywhere we look. Jose tells of his personal discovery in college as to what the true key to success is and what we can each do to truly achieve it.
Young men have many reasons we may not receive the trust and leadership we think we should have, but I’ve recognized from failures both in myself and others I’ve lead, two extremely common and vital traits we must demonstrate rightly to be the leader we think we can be.
Quote from Hudson Taylor on the motivational relationship of prayer and work in a man’s life.
Charles Kingsley on being ready for God’s calling and direction in our lives.