Too many Christian men are oblivious to the Spiritual battle they are in. As a result, they fail and fall. Our hosts give us three reasons why and what to do about it.
What does it take to be a man of God? In this episode, our hosts talk about what this will take and guide us to become such. What shortcuts we can take to speed up the process?
What are you thinking about? Do you like to have that question asked of you? Well, what are you thinking about? How important is it to control what you think about?
Who is qualified to ask God for things? What type of things are we to ask of God? Is there a certain formula to get things from God? What is prayer anyway?
When it comes to love, what would you like to hear God say? Would you know if He already said it? Has God heard from you lately? How does one talk to God? What does WCR stand for in regards to prayer?
Often men confuse the purpose of a daily walk with God with the result of a daily walk with God. What's the difference? Why does it matter?
What does it take to build a deeper relationship with God? Why would a guy want to do that? How would it change them for the better? What does it mean to be a bulldog for God?
Rumor has it that it sure is nice to have money. It is said to be talked about more in the Scriptures than any other topic. So how can one keep a proper perspective on money?
In the financial area, are we warriors or worriers? How does one handle money biblically?
Is it a sin to be rich? Is it more biblical to be rich or poor? Can there be a balanced approach?
How does a divorce by one's parents affect the children of those divorced? If your parents are divorced, do you know what to look for in your own life that really is residue from the divorce?
Why is it that adult children of parental divorce struggle with close relationships that last?
Why is anger often connected to parental divorce?
Why should this episode follow immediately after the episode dealing with anger? What actually is "Father Hunger"? What to do about it if you have it in your life?
Since adult children of divorced parents have a higher percentage of divorce in their own marriage, what can be done to break the cycle?