Struggling with one of God’s gender commands? Are you seeing the law’s true intent?
A good friend expressed sadness to me at the absence of young men in churches and yet their responsiveness to influencers like Jordan Peterson and Andrew Tate.
The Apostle Paul says that the goal of every and any of the commands in the Bible is love. But how do we see the love in this one?
A New Testament mentioning of “apostle” in connection with a female name raises questions about womanly authority in the early church.
To help others out of gender confusion, we need to enjoy and celebrate the gift ourselves, restoring the vision the Bible gives us.
Surprising directive from the apostle Paul really helps those wishing to break a pornography compulsion.
A father needs to break the cultural silence about manhood for a boy to hear his call and take the steps to becoming a man.
Here is a secret: Every boy begins with doubt that he is man. The Biblical story of the young Samuel “growing in stature” pictures maturing to manhood for us.
David tells Solomon, “Be strong and be a man.” Is strength a particularly masculine quality? Does one need to be strong to be a man?
A mother bravely faces an inner conflict as she prepares for her daughter’s wedding. What does the struggle reveal?