All articles by David Murrow
How we screen young men out of church
Children of every kind come into the church. They are screened through children’s ministry and youth ministry. These programs remove the ones who are poorly suited to church culture.
Must Christians disregard their personal security?
Does suspicion reveal a lack of faith? If we really trusted Jesus, wouldn’t we open our borders and let every hurting person in?
Why Christian men are playing the field
Christian men can postpone marriage – and they know it. The numbers are in their favor.
Is it a sin to use a smartphone in church?
There have always been distractions in church. The smartphone is the most potent distraction yet.
Ten takeaways from Reload ’15 conference
Reload is the world’s largest gathering of men’s ministry leaders. Here are ten cool things we learned at Reload.
Why society cares less about men
Here are four reasons both men and women have a hard time perceiving male suffering. Many are deeply rooted in human culture.
How to worship out of your mind
Humans have five senses. Why do we use just one when we worship?
Should women be church elders?
By focusing on whether women should preach we miss a much more important gender related question. Should churches ordain female elders?
Should men’s gatherings have singing?
In the past few years more and more men’s meetings have ditched the singing — in order to leave more time for small group discussion time. Is this a good thing?
The Church’s Planned Parenthood moment
Planned Parenthood is under siege over government funding. The church will face a similar barrage in the not-too-distant future over its tax exempt status.