Men

30 Day Prayer Challenge for Your Wife

Here’s how the challenge works. Every day for the next 30 days, you will pray in a specific way for your wife. We have provided related articles and Bible verses for you to study and pray over your wife.

How to Stay Out of the Doghouse and in Love with Your Wife

Genesis 2:24 teaches that when a man leaves his parents to marry a wife, they then become one flesh. Thus, since the two souls are joined, what makes one happy will make the union happy. Here are 8 ways to pursue godly peace and love with your wife.

What Is a Concubine? Why Did God Allow Men to Take Concubines in the Bible?

In the Bible, a concubine was a woman acquired by a man as a secondary wife. Her purpose was to provide a male heir in the case of a barren wife, to provide more children in general to enhance the family’s workforce and wealth, and to satisfy the man’s sexual desires. A concubine was endowed with rights and protections by Hebrew law but was not equal in status to a wife.

What Is the Biblical Definition of Manhood?

Many biblical heroes of the faith define manhood with conviction and determination, faith and fortitude, strength and resolve, vibrancy and vitality. Together, they define the kind of man who follows Jesus Christ wholeheartedly, and loves others well, no matter what—until his dying day.

Confessions of an Angry Pastor

In his book, Confessions of an Angry Man, Brent Hofer pleads: If you are an angry pastor, do the one act that no one else can do for you. Be willing to change.

Getting Christian Men to Talk about Faith through Film

Few men have a band of brothers. In fact, many men have no close male friends at all. And, if they do, those close friends probably don’t worship together on Sundays. So, how can a church help men develop close friendships with other Christian men? David Dusek recommends the Rough Cut Men Movie Experience.

What Is the Meaning of “Iron Sharpens Iron” in Proverbs 27:17?

There is an interesting and perhaps convicting illustration of both friendship and accountability found in Proverbs 27:17, “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another” (NASB). In Old Testament times, one iron blade was used to sharpen another blade until both became more effective tools. This visual aid of a common implement of work or war provides a practical model for many human relationships.

8 Things Paul Encourages Men to Think About

What we’re thinking about defines us. Paul encourages us: “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

How to Keep Your Eye on the Mission: 4 Lessons from a Humanitarian

After a war, a ravaged hospital was trying to serve 24,000 without electricity. Anesthesia machines wouldn’t function, and physicians were operating with flashlights in their mouths. How can this and many other ambitious missions succeed? Here are four critical lessons on focus.

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