Freedom In A Prison Cellby Tesse Wilson
Jack was not the type of man a parent would want their daughter to bring home. His last girlfriend told him he was trash. He felt like trash but from Heaven a merciful hand reached out to him.
Will You Ride Again?by Kevin Elliott
Many men are not acting like Real Men should. The author pulls on Biblical and Cultural teachings in an attempt to re-educate men on how to honor God in how they interact with women.
Weeping and Strengthby Helen Murray
Dealing with emotion, not burying it. Emotion enables us to relate to other people and is, therefore, of vital value to us. "Emotion's the gate to relationship's world."
Father's, seize your families!by chris benjamin
This articles focuses on the role and responsibility of the father in the family. It calls to action all fathers to stand up and take control the the spiritual destiny of their families.
Men, It's Time to Come Out of the Closet!by Angel Casiano
I don't want for you to think that I am being disrespectful, careless or un-loving towards you. If you feel that way, it's surely not my intention. Because I do love you, I want to take the time to explain where I am coming from. I engaged in many street fights growing up in Puerto Rico; don't ask me why, but I used to enjoy fighting. Later, as a teen I became an amateur boxer. In my twenties I became a Martial Artist here in the beautiful city of Jacksonville. I won some fights, but surely I lost others. However, they were just physical fights. Now that I am older, I find myself engaged in many emotional battles. The loss of my wife Ileana was and continues to be a tough one, especially when I look at my children struggling.
As I remarried it was and continues to be extremely tough to go through our struggles there (http://angelcasiano.wordpress.com/category/about-me/). I must admit on the other hand, that no fight has been tougher and bloodier than my personal declaration of war on my sexual immorality. I am not holding back; I feel that I have lost so much and that I have wasted enough time.
Competition: The heart of a manby Jim Barringer
Jesus himself affirmed his disciples when they expressed a desire to be first. He told them exactly how to do it. Shouldn't we conclude that even Jesus understood that some people simply get more excited when they have the ability to compete against other people? If we can introduce that dynamic back into faith somehow, won't we reach a lot of men who feel that Christianity is a good story but is lacking something?
Righteous Prideby Stanley Hasegawa
Scripture shows that there is a place for pride in the life of a Christian. As men, our righteous pride begins with our pride in God. We don't want to be proud of God just in our hearts, we want to let everyone know how proud of God we are.
Dealing with Prideby Stanley Hasegawa
Men have an issue with pride. We are always checking on how we are being perceived with respect to others. We keep track of our stats, standing and status. We are hypersensitive to evidence that we are being dissed.
Obtaining The Mantle of Visionby Birdie Courtright
Strong emotions that emerge during times of painful shifting in life can cloud a man's vision and effectively rob Him of the peace and abundance that God promises to us through His Word. How do we emerge from such times with a mantle of vision for the future?