Satan understands your role as a man in your homes, churches, and in society. He knows if he can get you to fall...it will have a domino effect, and it will impact others. That’s why, men, you must be on guard—and know how to overcome these top 5 tricks of the enemy.
The world looked at Goliath and saw undefeated. The world looked at David and saw underdog. Armed with the right weapons, perspective, and God’s anointing, David saw opportunity—proving through his victory that man looks at appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart. Here are some facts about the giant opponent that David overcame.
Satan uses questions to deceive. Here are seven he'll ask to mess with your mindset and go after your relationships and your calling. Being aware can help you overcome his lies and keep a healthy, positive mindset.
It's always worthwhile to consider the influence of a father. Some are engaged and affirming, others absent or abusive. None are perfect, and all are created by God. So to help explain why fathers are so crucial, here are three unshakable reasons why God created them.
A key way to honor your father is to thank him, either publicly or privately. Two members of the Fatherhood CoMission board of directors suggest seven reasons why you should thank your dad this Father’s Day.
While my dad never will be famous, his words — and more importantly, his actions — taught me a great deal. From partnering to problem-solving and more, here are nine important things I learned from my dad.
Genesis 2:24 teaches that when a man leaves his parents to marry a wife, they then become one flesh. Thus, since the two souls are joined, what makes one happy will make the union happy. Here are 8 ways to pursue godly peace and love with your wife.
If your father is still living, love him. If he has failed you, forgive him. If he is still raising you, pray for him. The job is not easy and chances are he is doing the best he can. The encouragement you give can go a long way in helping him to continue to be the dad God wants him to be.
God loves because He alone knows—and rejoices in—the truth about Himself and what He’s doing in us. He loves us not because he must choose to do so or because he feels obligated to constantly manufacture an emotion akin to compassion. He loves us because that’s the truth of who He is—our joyful, eternal truth.