Toxic masculinity, the new term in vogue powering today’s cultural discussion, is concerning. The answer certainly cannot be vilifying masculinity.
The Gillette ad is just the latest in a series of negative narratives featuring men.
When it’s necessary to confront and correct someone, do it in a way that puts a priority on the relationship.
At the Atlanta Mission, men are learning from the Stepping Up video series that the first step to transformation is a willingness to change.
On July 4, 1776, 56 men stepped up to pass a resolution that would cost many of them greatly in the years to come.
The key to powerful manhood is taking responsibility for the field assigned to you.
I know the power of community and I know the emotions of walking this journey alone.
Something good that God has placed within every male remains unreleased in most men.
Jesus wants you to discover in Him what will truly satisfy your soul.
It really is possible to have a personal, consistent relationship with God by making these three practices a priority.
Let’s call men to being relationship investors—guys who protect the weak, bring out the best in others, and love unconditionally.
We need men who will say “no” to more bucks when it means sacrificing our families. A new breed who will ask the question, “How will this affect my family?”
Manhood requires us to put the lure of adolescence behind us, face upward, and step up.
Dennis Rainey and co-host Bob Lepine interviewed Byron Yawn about his new book What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him.
Dr. Howard Hendricks had a tremendous worldwide influence during a lifetime of serving Christ.
Like soldiers, we are called to do our duty even when the storms of life tempt us to abandon our posts.
My father showed me that being a man involves taking responsibility for your choices, for your family, for your community, and for the next generation.