Temperate, Prudent

What kind of person are you in your private moments? What kind of person are you when no one is looking? Is it possible that we can be the same kind of person on the inside as well as the outside, in our private life as well as our public life?

Using Our Home for Ministry

Surprises await us as we open our homes for ministry. Hebrews 13:2 tells us, “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by this some have entertained angels without knowing it.” Listen closely as I share today how men are to take the lead in being hospitable.

Managing our Homes Well

Men, today I want to talk with you about managing your home well. When you get a handle on this, you will take a big step in becoming a man who is above reproach.

A One Woman Man

Being a one-woman man means more than overcoming sexual temptation. It means that we are devoted to that one woman. It means that we cherish her, honor her, and build her up.

Managing the Life God Has Given

There is a price to pay for following Christ. It’s much easier to set our sights lower and slide through life without being noticed or held accountable. But I ask, “Is that what we really want?” I think, down deep, we all want more.

The Call to Character

When someone speaks about becoming like Jesus Christ, does that seem out of reach even though God himself expects this for you? If it does, perhaps it is because the word “Christ like” is too vague a term. Today, let’s learn what it means to be like Jesus.

Every Man's Greatest Mission

Handsome, intelligent, and strong, Peter the Great was gifted to lead, but he was also cruel and a tyrant. Personal difficulties led him to lament in his last days, “I have conquered an empire, but I have not been able to conquer myself.”

Psalm 73 Part 3

Here’s a reason why we get into trouble - we make decisions based on partial information, rather than the whole story. How can we stop doing this? Today we will learn how.

Psalm 73 Part 2

Here is a certainty that we must pay special attention to – oppression of the weak always follows a rejection of God. We are experiencing a rejection of God. Unless there is repentance, there will one day be oppression of the weak.

Psalm 73 Part 1

For 1000 years, the descendants of a man named Asaph were singing the praises of God in the Temple. How would you like that for a legacy – knowing your descendants were leading others in worship? Today, we are going to learn about this man and one of the Psalms he wrote that is a work of priceless art.

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