Goodness is tricky because many of us can act good but not always be good, and sometimes the world doesn’t think what we know to be good as good for themselves. Nolan explores quick and practical insights on where our goodness comes from and how it looks in life.
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We’ll send a messenger pigeon each Saturday with a summary of the week! It’s as free as grace!
It’s been a while since the last #MusicMonday post around here, so it’s high time to freshen up the playlists! Here’s both some recent releases and older jams from a wide variety of genres that we’ve been feeling the last few weeks. Make sure you share what’s been in your ears in the comments!
A couple of guys from our community reflect back on the first few months of marriage (as experienced recently by one). We converse about insights on the personal developments that marriage forces, responsibilities, hard money decisions, church life and much more!
We are making and sharing snippets of wisdom from great thinkers of the faith for you to share and use however you wish with your blogs or social media.
Reflections and insights from a young man who recently returned from two years overseas, in Spain, on world missions. Some questions you’d expect, maybe some you wouldn’t, but a lot to learn either way (even if you’ve never considered global missions)!
I’ve found men have many reasons for why they don’t blog, but here are some unarguably awesome reasons why you should probably get started, now. Blogging has changed my life for over a decade. It will do the same for you.
A quick reminder on how we’re all in this process of maturing, together, and especially when it comes to our writing, we shouldn’t be discouraged that it wasn’t as good as we’d like it to be yet.
“We hold this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us” (2 Corinthians 4:7). Locked in a Cage Isn’t it ironic that the people who claim to believe in the radical, free, sovereign, amazing grace of God tend to be some of the most ungracious people you’ll meet? Some of
There’s been a lot of news lately about the affair of former Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church pastor Tullian Tchividjian. Recently, it has been reported that the couple, and more specifically, Tullian himself, has filed for divorce. This breaks my heart. It breaks my heart not only because I have looked up to Tullian as a spiritual hero and gospel-centered herald of
Are you maturing in the Holy Spirit? You may think you’ve heard “fruit of the spirit” talk before, but I’ve found not many have heard it this way. Take it from a recovering conman: I was once a poser and I still know how to fake it; so here’s how to sniff it out.
Some messages are #SuperSermons because of their timeless value, then some because of their absolutely “dialed-in” timely message. This is one of the latter. If you’ve seen clips of this message recently, watch the whole message for both an education on preaching, and a challenge on convictions.
Because our great, Triune God is infinitely happy and sovereign, sin is treason that must be punished. Here is why…
One of the greatest needs, and struggles, for men is purity, and not just sexually, but more so our ability to keep our heart and mind pure. This affects how we act, what we say, and everything else about us. So let’s talk about how we keep pure, together…
Let’s look at the fruit of kindness and it’s importance in our daily lives. Why do we need it and what might it look like? This one “fruit of the spirit” can do a lot to set us apart as men of God in a rough world.
This short video stirs both sobering questions and a bit of sorrow. We must ask ourselves some important questions about whether we’re photoshopping a false ideal in our hearts and minds that will feed a hurtful cycle, rather than guarding ourselves, our brothers, and our sisters.
Christianity can undoubtedly be called the only “one true religion.” So what makes it different from every other religion on the planet? Here are just a few simple ways to know and communicate to others.
You are “dirty”, “unclean”, “guilty” and “wretched” – or so you think. But why do you think this? Is this right? Is this helpful? Should we really spend so much of our time and emotions thinking of ourselves as these “wretched sinners”?
Our God is King and Lord. He is in control and sovereign over all things, even the salvation and suffering of His saints. This is a difficult truth for some, yet it is a foundational truth for fully understanding and appreciating the gospel story.
It’s time for a #MusicMonday again! Here’s a song (and album) to put on repeat till you wear it out, by NEEDTOBREATHE, as well as some new worship and creative jams by Zac Hicks and Kings Kaleidoscope that you’ll really dig!
Men are taught and modeled many wrong things about being manly. From a woman’s perspective, here’s what having a manly heart should be all about – complete with an epic story of a truly manly man.
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