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By David Murrow on May 18, 2016

In this book I tell the story of the darkest days in my marriage.

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Why the bathroom wars have men in a lather

By David Murrow on May 11, 2016

The new bathroom policy angers men because it strips them of their ancient protector role. To make things worse, any man who expresses concern for his daughter’s privacy is labeled a bigot. Men can’t shield their loved ones – and they’re publicly shamed if they try.

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Stop managing your husband’s relationships

By David Murrow on April 4, 2016

When a woman starts taking control of something, a man immediately backs off. After a few years of having my relationships professionally managed, they began to atrophy.

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The day my marriage blew up

By David Murrow on March 22, 2016

In a period of 24 hours everything fell apart. I sat in my living room as one by one, my family members asked me to get help for a problem I didn’t know I had.

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Do you worship your pastor?

By David Murrow on March 15, 2016

I’ve talked to a lot of guys who’ve quit going to church. Their reasons vary, but a significant number fell away when they became disenchanted with their preacher.

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Andy Stanley’s real errors

By David Murrow on March 10, 2016

To his credit, Stanley quickly apologized for disparaging small churches. But his comment was based on two other questionable assumptions.

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Why is church attendance declining – even among committed Christians?

By David Murrow on March 7, 2016

It’s not merely nominal Christians who are putting aside weekly worship: fervent believers are becoming irregular in their church attendance, too.

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Help me reinvent the men’s retreat (part 3 of 3)

By David Murrow on February 23, 2016

A successful men’s retreat begins well in advance – by organizing men into teams. Build relationships and team identity long before the retreat begins. Help the men bond by issuing team challenges throughout the weekend. And keep the team structure and point system going after the retreat concludes.

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How father wounds are changing politics

By David Murrow on February 3, 2016

We live in the most peaceful, prosperous society in human history. Yet the electorate rages like an agitated toddler.

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Christianity started as men’s ministry

By David Murrow on December 30, 2015

Christianity started as a men’s ministry. Yes, Jesus had women followers. He ministered to children. But his primary focus was the development of a dozen men.

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