Motivate men — promise risk and reward
Jesus did not shy away from the promise of reward. He did not worry that he might appeal to the flesh. He showed us that it’s perfectly healthy to motivate men by helping them understand the rewards they accumulate when they serve the kingdom of God.
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?
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.
Our new moral framework (part 2 of 3)
Like a she-bear protecting her cubs, society mauls anyone who does or says anything that’s perceived as insensitive or unnurturing.
Why gay is suddenly OK
Why have most civilizations been hostile toward homosexuality? Why does the Bible call it “an abomination?” Why is the modern world suddenly accepting this long forbidden practice? And what impact will this have on the church and its men?
The Bible’s solution to the wedding dilemma
I’d like to suggest an elegant solution for Christian small business owners who may have mixed feelings about working with certain clients – for whatever reason.
Before he was nailed he was screwed
Even before the nails pierced Jesus’ hands and feet, Christ faced a cascade of betrayals. Pardon my blunt language: before he was nailed he was screwed.
Pastors, you should mention ISIS this Sunday
You have an opportunity to use this tragic tale to stir the hearts of your men.
Secularists doing the crazy stuff Christians used to do
Christians used to do some pretty crazy stuff. But in the past few years I’ve noticed the tables turning — secularists are now doing the nutty things religious zealots used to do.
Thanksgiving vs. the outrage machine
The media is becoming one giant, seething outrage machine. It’s making it harder for us to be thankful for all we’ve been given.