Category Archives: Men’s Issues

The Elements of Deep Friendship, Part I

“A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter: he that has found one has found a treasure (Sir 6:14).” I was praying this Scripture the other morning. As I reflected on the marvelous friends the Lord has put in my life, I … Continue reading

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The Problem with Porn

I once had a conversation with a recently converted Christian about the problem with porn. He was actually growing in the Lord and was a fine person. Yet he not only looked at porn regularly, but forwarded porn to friends of his. He was aware … Continue reading

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The War on Manhood

It so happened that my wife and I attended an “Unbound” conference this Father’s Day weekend at a local parish. The conference, based on the book and ministry of the same name by Neal Lozano, deals with the ministry of … Continue reading

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Men, Identity, and Friendships

Someone commented to me about a sentence from my “As the Deer Longs…” post: “For many men, our last experience of a really close male friend was in high school or college, although we may have many acquaintances.” She agreed that this seemed to … Continue reading

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