Why Christian consumerism is harmful

Recently, I went to the store to buy some Easter candy for my wife. This was a serious mission. I don’t have to tell you that Peeps weren’t going to get the job done. As I skimmed the aisle for some Christ-centered Cadbury, I was struck by a small box …

Fruit of The Spirit at Work

On my 13th birthday, I had to dig a sewer line for the barn into which my family was about to move. The job was supposed to be a rite of passage. Some tribes make young men go out in the desert, some make them fast in a deep pit …

do who christians commit suicide go to hell?

Jarrid Wilson was an inspiration to me. He and I worked on Sermons.com together, he helped me launch Power Love Sound Mind, and he taught me a lot about the publishing industry and marketing. He was generous, authentic, and kind. He never kept secrets and would pick up the phone …

Solomon was a smart guy. He built Jerusalem’s first temple. He wrote three books of the Bible (this one, this one, and this one). He was also the wisest and wealthiest (estimates say up to $2.1 trillion 😵) King in the Old Testament. Solomon, by all accounts, was a capable …

Find God at Work

You’re stuck. You check a few blogs. Watch a few YouTube videos; maybe even look to see how someone else has done the job — but no good ideas come to you. The lights are off in the imagination department and you can’t finish the job. Have you been there …

Do you speak Christianese? It’s a unique language; with a platitude for everything under the liturgical sun. In fact, there are so many of these triune-turns-of-phrase you might consider removing the hedge of protection around them, if the Lord led. But I digress. Regardless of whether you like to hedge …

Who doesn’t want to do great things? Perhaps you want to build a business, have a successful career, or make a new idea come into fruition. Any one of those desires can be noble and God-honoring.  But if you want to do great things, or bring anything worthwhile into the …

How to be a responsible Christian man

“Be responsible.” is a slap-on-the-wrist-statement for most men. It’s normally used as a rebuke for not getting the job done like someone thinks we should. …not that you aren’t responsible. You probably are… But the act of responsibility, which is the obligation to do something or care for someone, is not …

A Christian Father and Son

Twice in the last week, I’ve been asked about work-life balance. Most recently, with a close friend over pancakes; early in the morning before either of our work days began. “How do you balance work with the rest of your life?” he said. The question always comes with a bit …

the gift of leadership

Leadership is a bit of a buzzword. The word has been branded, sanded and refined a million different ways so that anyone with enough energy can attribute an action, any action, to a leader-initiated one. Thought leaders. Servant leaders. Leaders of men. If you don’t feel particularly competent in one …

Anointed Man

Anointing is a big word. A black hole even. It’s elusive, powerful, and hard to put your finger on. But it exists. And everyone else seems to know what it looks like. Most of the time those people are on stages. They sound good. They look sharp. They’re separated from …

What is the best audiobook devotional for Christian men? Well…not many exist. Which makes the good Christian audio devotionals for men all the harder to find. Especially for biblical study. You see, with an audiobook, you get a voice recording of devotional text that you listen to – rather than read. And …

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