Don’t miss this chance to join me in an interactive seminar!

I’m excited about this opportunity for a number of reasons, but primarily because it gives me the chance to talk with readers (both new readers and old) in an interactive forum. These classes are designed not only to give readers access to authors, but to facilitate a deeper dive into material that is potentially transformational.

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A few “me too” thoughts for men to consider (in support of all my sisters)

What I’d like to do is to shine the spotlight on us as men. It’s not nearly enough for us to simply read about all these women who have been harassed and molested, and nod our silent support. Nowhere near enough. What’s needed is a grassroots movement of strong men demonstrating – unequivocally – that any harassment (innuendo, creepiness, objectification, suggestive comments, disrespect, explicit language) is unacceptable. This behavior is unacceptable for ourselves, and it’s unacceptable anywhere we have the awareness and the guts to say so. Continue reading A few “me too” thoughts for men to consider (in support of all my sisters)

Called to be Oaks of Righteousness #MensMinistry

we have a small group of men with the opportunity to become the beating heart of a new spiritual purposefulness for men in their home church. We all understand we must stand for something; maybe these men are being called to stand as something: “oaks of righteousness, planted by the Lord that he may be honored.” Continue reading Called to be Oaks of Righteousness #MensMinistry

A few words from Ohio

It’s well after midnight, but I’d like to briefly check in from Camp NuHop in Ohio. I’m here for a weekend retreat, with a small group of men from First Presbyterian Church in Delaware. The topic is “The Adventure of Being a Disciple,” and my task is to invite the guys to seek God and to respond affirmatively to whatever invitation Jesus presents. My prayer … Continue reading A few words from Ohio