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Men, Your Courage Is Needed

Recently, I was hiking with three of my kids when we came upon a stream we needed to cross. It was a particularly muddy and slippery area and the water was somewhat fast, so I hatched a plan: I’d jump over and then drag a log back to use as a bridge for my kids to walk across. I readied myself on the driest rock I could find, bent my knees, counted, “One, two, three,” and…didn’t jump. I...

Courage to Love

People aren’t created to lust. But many people do. Most Christians I know who struggle with lust have one of two responses: They give in to temptation or they run away. Given the option between the two, running away is better. But running away from temptation isn’t our goal. At least not if we want to become like Jesus. If we want to become like Jesus, our goal should be to no longer see people...

Becoming Men of Courage

Becoming Men of Courage A deeper look at desire, friendship, sex, and love For men Presenter: Josh Glaser, Executive Director of Regeneration Ministries. Saturday, May 7th, 2016 8:30am to 1:00pm Grace Fellowship Church 9505 Deereco Road Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093 Cost: $15 or $20 at the door. Join us for “Becoming Men of Courage”…A deeper look at desire, friendship, sex, and...

Courage to Say

If you watch how my wife and I respond when our kids fess up to something they did wrong, you might think we just watched them hit a home run. God's this way, too. Here's why.

Uncomfortable

Do you ever feel uncomfortable being a Christian where you live, work, or play? I’ve just finished Ian Morgan Cron’s book, Chasing Francis.*  In it, the main character observes: “Once you’ve been outed as a conservative Christian, [people] assume you’re a right-wing, self-satisfied fundamentalist with all the mental acuity of a houseplant.” I’ve felt this way sometimes. It tempts me to hide. 1...

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