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Win Not the Battle but the War

Win Not the Battle but the War

  Editor’s note: All men have the common ground of facing some level of sexual temptation or discontent — whether married or single. In the brand new book Beyond the Battle, pastor Noah Filipiak offers up an accessible, effective, go-to resource for individual or small group use that brings freedom from sexual temptations and connects

Get Real Real

In my first couple of weeks [at Baylor University], I met a kid I’ll call Peter. I can’t remember what his parents did for work, but whatever it was, it allowed him to have $5,000 a month to spend on whatever he wanted. Not the necessities like books or courses or even the meal plan.

Leading from the Heart: What if Jesus Were CEO of Your Company?

Jesus called them together and said, “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their high officials exercise authority over them. Not so with you. Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave.” — Matthew 20:25-27

Integrity

  Our generation hears the word integrity, and it seems to mean “honest and good.” A man of integrity is a man who won’t steal or lie. We pick this up just from hearing the way the word is commonly used. It takes our understanding a bit further, though, to know the word integrity is

Men Need Mentors

  Editor’s note: Every year, the Heisman Trophy is awarded to the best player in college football. Over the weekend, Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray took home the prestigious award for the 2018 season. Back in 1987, it was Hall of Fame wide receiver Tim Brown who won the Heisman. In this excerpt from his book

Integrity: Don’t Leave Home Without It

It seems with each passing day we are sinking a little deeper into the quicksand of cultural collapse. For those of us who, like Daniel, seek to live in the world but not of the world, what is the single most important attribute we need as we strive to influence the culture in a positive

Integrity: What’s the Price?

If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything. – Mark Twain Enemies disguise themselves with their lips, but in their hearts they harbor deceit. – Proverbs 26:24 Kyle was a small building contractor known for the high quality of his work. A sizable company awarded him the bid on a project larger

1 Samuel 16:7

Jesus Would Hire Who You Haven’t

If you take some time to study the Scriptures and stop to consider the people chosen by God to change history, it’s a bit surprising. Noah, though a righteous man in his day, struggled with a bit too much drinking in his older years, yet he was used by God to save humankind. Jonah was

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