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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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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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How the sexual purity movement drives young men from church

By David Murrow on December 14, 2015

Guys want frank, biblical teaching when it comes to sex and relationships. They don’t want “the yeast of the Pharisees.”

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How we screen young men out of church

By David Murrow on December 8, 2015

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.

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Why Christian men are playing the field

By David Murrow on November 25, 2015

Christian men can postpone marriage – and they know it. The numbers are in their favor.

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Forgiveness for fools

By David Murrow on August 29, 2015

What do we do with a man who claims to follow Jesus, falls into temptation, even positions himself to sin, but does not succeed?

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Why informality is suddenly OK

By David Murrow on July 14, 2015

I am curious as to why our world became so informal so fast. Why, even in my lifetime I’ve seen people stop dressing for all but the most solemn occasions. Why so many aspects of politeness have gone by the wayside. Why expediency almost always trumps “doing the right thing.”

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