Why holiday services bore men to death
The typical Christmas/Easter/Mother’s Day lineup all but guarantees that men will find nothing compelling during their visit to church. Holiday worship services reinforce the male belief that Christianity is for women and children.
The #1 question facing men’s ministry
What is the purpose of men’s ministry – to focus men on new battles, or to help men win the battles they already face?
Is muscular Christianity the problem – or the solution?
Are we seeing character flaws in individual men – or does something unhealthy surface when churches place too much emphasis on reaching guys?
Does your pastor fear men?
“I had chosen a career that kept me away from manly things altogether. Eighty percent of my daily interactions were with women—and I liked it that way. In those rare instances when I had to deal with men, there was usually a woman present, which kept me safe.”
I’ve finally found the perfect church
After years of searching I’ve finally found the perfect church. Let me tell you about it.
Thinking outside the church planting box
What if there are millions of men who would become disciples if only we offered them something other than a weekly stage presentation?
Why Men are Afraid to Make Disciples
The church often calls upon individuals to go out and serve God courageously – but we do not build the support structures around them that will enable them to succeed.
Helping Men Through their “Crazy Times”
Every day we hear stories of men doing stupid things. Walking away from their careers. Gambling away their life savings. Forsaking their wives and children. Shooting strangers in a shopping mall.
Sportsman’s Church hooks the camo crowd
Imagine a church that meets outdoors. Rain or shine. Next to a fishing hole. Around a campfire. There’s no shortage of men in this church. In fact, guys come early to go fishing – and stay late to talk around the fire.
Men’s Fraternity gets hip
The original Men’s Fraternity videos contained great teaching – but they were delivered in a straightforward, talking-head style. So a few years ago the team began to brainstorm: How can we make Men’s Fraternity more relevant to today’s busy young man?