• šŸŽ The Art of Giving – What If God Doesn’t Provide?

    The Art of Giving – What If God Doesn’t Provide? Recently, I had an existential crisis. “God, I thought I was called to do your ministry and to build better men. Yet looking at my financial situation and myĀ heartĀ situation, how am I possibly supposed to make it? This question became

  • ā˜• Finding Warmth in Worship: A Morning of Gratitude

    Finding Warmth in Worship: A Morning of Gratitude This morning, I found myself in a place many of us have been ā€“ feeling distant from God. Despite my efforts at reading scripture, the words seemed to float away, failing to resonate within me. Side Note:Ā It’s in moments like these that

  • šŸ’° The Lie That Keeps You From Generously Giving.

    “Do you know why the statistics say over 90% of people aren’t fulfilled by the work that they do? It’s not because of the job, It’s not because of the pay, it’s not because of the benefits. It’s because we don’t help each other anymore…”Ā -Simon Sinek Happy Thanksgiving! This Thanksgiving,

  • šŸ§  How Gratitude Rewires Your Brain.

    Gratitude. It’s a term tossed around a lot, especially as Thanksgiving rolls around. But here’s the thing:Ā gratitude isn’t just feel-good fluff. It’s a tool, a powerful one, for optimizing our lives ā€“ mentally, physically, and spiritually. This week as I was diving into the science and biblical significance of gratitude,

  • šŸŽ–ļø We Owe That Man… How Veterans Day Teaches Us Discipline

    What if your Bible cost you an arm? Literally. Would such a Bible ever just sit on your shelf, untouched? Unlikely. It would be a constant companion, its passages committed to memory, its teachings interwoven with every aspect of your daily life.Ā TheĀ disciplineĀ to engage with it wouldn’t be a struggle; it

  • šŸ“š The Grateful Man’s Guide to Discipline

    Get Yourself Together… No one said gratitude would be easy. Who told us gratitude was supposed to be a walk in the park? Life is challenging, unfair, and often cruel. It’s easy to justify resentment, especially when the world seems to be against you. But let’s get one thing straightā€”Ā gratitude

  • The Winter Wisdom: Reflecting on a Lifetime

    Welcome back to our ‘Seasons of Manhood‘ series. As the year draws to a close, we find ourselves in the Winter season of lifeā€”defined byĀ menĀ aged 65 and above. This is a season for reflection, giving, and most importantly, legacy-building. We’re honored to have a special guest writer this week, my

  • Embracing the Harvest: Leadership and Legacy in the Fall Season

    Men, As we continue our journey through the ‘Seasons of Manhood,’ we shift our gaze to the Fall seasonā€”characterized by men between the ages of 45-65 who are stepping into roles of leadership and mentorship. This is a season of both harvest and reflection, a period where many of us

  • Navigating the Heat: Mastering the Summer Season of Manhood

    Men, As we continue to explore the “Seasons of Manhood,” we turn our focus to the Summer seasonā€”defined by men between the ages of 25-45 who are moving into the commitment phase of life. This is a season of both opportunity and challenge, a time when many of us are

  • For such a season as this: Exploring the seasons of manhood

    Men, This month, we are excited to embark on a transformative journey exploring the “Seasons of Manhood“. As the leaves change color and the air gets cooler, it reminds us that life, much like nature, has its own seasons worth exploring. Through this theme, we will delve into our own