Some 90% of parents spank their kids – yet they are given absolutely no instruction on what constitutes a healthy spanking, because the experts tell us there’s no such thing. Read more

Are we seeing character flaws in individual men – or does something unhealthy surface when churches place too much emphasis on reaching guys? Read more

“I had chosen a career that kept me away from manly things altogether. Eighty percent of my daily interactions were with women—and I liked it that way. In those rare instances when I had to deal with men, there was usually a woman present, which kept me safe.” Read more

I don’t usually place movie reviews on this blog, but I had the opportunity to watch a pre-screening of a remarkable new film that deals honestly with the challenges successful men face. It’s a retelling of the life of King Solomon titled, “The Song.” Read more

As radio stations pursue middle age female listeners, they unwittingly set up young men to abandon the faith. Read more

One of the most restrictive sex laws in generations is about to be passed…in California…with strong support from liberal Democrats…and the blessing of many on the political left. How should the church respond? Read more

The replacement refs infuriated men with their inconsistent play calling. The same dynamic sours men on the local church. Read more

What can preachers and teachers borrow from sports and movies to make their sermons more engaging to men? Here are four ideas. Read more

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. Read more

Mark Driscoll has a wonderful opportunity to step away from his high-profile life and complete the journey of submission. Or he can grip the pulpit more tightly, insisting that everything is A-OK. Read more

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