Why we call it “a personal relationship with Jesus”

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Despite its extrabiblical roots, “personal relationship with Jesus Christ” has become the number one term Evangelicals use to describe the Christian walk. Why? Because it frames the gospel in terms of a woman’s deepest desire—a personal relationship with a man who loves her unconditionally. [Read more...]

Can a man love God but hate churchgoing?

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More than half of the committed Christian men I talk to, when asked, will tell me they do not like going to church. [Read more...]

What if Jesus applied for a job at your church?

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“I’m sorry Mr. Nazareth, but I’m having a hard time seeing where that kind of ministry fits into our church’s strategic plan.” [Read more...]

Why men have stopped singing in church

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It happened again yesterday. I was attending one of those hip, contemporary churches — and almost no one sang. [Read more...]

Mormons, Muslims, men and church

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Two religions that put special emphasis on men are America’s fastest growing, according to a recent study.
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Are sermons becoming obsolete?

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The live lecture is disappearing. Only two institutions still regularly offer them: universities and churches. [Read more...]

Easter Services and Men

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Many churches see their highest attendance on Easter Sunday. The pews are packed with folks who don’t normally come. Many of these infrequent guests are men, dragged to church by their wives and mothers. [Read more...]


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