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.
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?
Between Boredom and Blood
Christians live in the tension between these two poles. We long for the freedom and adventure that comes with following the Lion of Judah. Yet we continually try to tame this lion by creating stable, predictable church and devotional lives.
I’ve finally found the perfect church
After years of searching I’ve finally found the perfect church. Let me tell you about it.
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.
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?
Is Praise & Worship good for men?
The new worship has lots of pluses for men. But P&W has feminized worship in a number of ways as well.
How a 17-year-old girl changed the way we worship God
Amy Grant just wanted to sing songs about Jesus, but her success set in motion a chain of events that has altered the way Protestants worship God.
Why men aren’t buying the church’s core product (part 1)
Church used to be the place that saved your soul. Today, it’s the place that saves your messed up marriage.
What men want from church in 2014
But what if people dropping out of church simply because it no longer offers something unique and meaningful? What if men have realized they can get their spiritual inspiration, music and socializing by other means?