Mark Driscoll’s true god to be revealed
Mark Driscoll has a wonderful opportunity to step away from his high-profile life and complete the journey of submission. Or he can grip the pulpit more tightly, insisting that everything is A-OK. Read More
I’ve finally found the perfect church
After years of searching I’ve finally found the perfect church. Let me tell you about it. Read More
Confusing Worship with Fellowship
Megachurches attract a higher percentage of men. One of the reasons is that they’ve divided worship and fellowship into two separate events. Read More
What’s the #1 thing men hate?
Go ahead. Type “why men hate” into any popular search engine. The first result on Google, Yahoo! and Bing is the same. Read More
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? Read More
Does your church look like a beauty parlor?
Ribbons. Flowers. Quilts. Lace. How has this become the default look for the local church? In what way does this dewy décor reflect our mission? And what does this motif communicate to men? Read More
Are millennial men less manly?
Men in their 20s don’t conform to strict gender roles the way their fathers and grandfathers did. In fact, many young guys are rejecting stereotypically manly behaviors – dismissing them as silly and sophomoric. Read More
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. Read More
Why 2/3 of men are unhappy in church
Since the beginning, churches have consisted of three kinds of people. If we’re going to fulfill our mission we must balance their influence. Read More
Why men aren’t buying the church’s core product (part 2)
As a young man growing up in church, I can’t remember ever hearing a sermon about relationships – much less a series. Most pastors didn’t see relationships as a topic worthy of the pulpit. They do now. Read More