The False Dichotomy of Secular and Sacred

For the Christian, faith is a constant and cannot be successfully compartmentalized in life.

Only a matter of time...

The fleeting nature of time has been in the forefront of my mind. A friend's daughter was killed recently by a drunk driver. How should a dad respond to such tragedy?

The Christian’s Work

Brother Lawrence's example teaches believers how to view work as an essential part of the Christian life.

Set an Example

I have daughters. While I can still set examples for them, be it through Bible reading, prayer and family time, I can set an example for them on how men should treat women. In doing so, I can teach them what to look for in a man.

I hope my daughter is not a "radical feminist"

I love my daughter. She is the apple of my eye. She is my princess. I can honestly say that she has had me wrapped around her little finger since the day the doctor handed her to me. One prayer I have is that I hope she doesn’t turn out to be a “radical feminist”.

The World Needs more Dabo Swinney

What would the church look like if we truly gave God his due? What if, instead of trying to climb the ladder at work, trying to get on a certain committee at church, or attain some goal that we think will make us happy, we truly honored Him first in all things?

Nothing in my hands I bring

We think, Well, there are men who are sinning sexually, but they need a compassionate approach to dealing with underlying trauma,” said Jackson. “Others are suffering depression and anxiety, and that’s rarely addressed; still others have personality disorders like narcissism.” Jackson concluded by reiterating that a porn addiction must be addressed with the Word of God as the solution. Depending wholly on a sin management approach will touch only the tip of the iceberg, and there will rarely be healing. The path to victory travels through Christian counsel and application of scriptural principles.

Harmless Little Lies?

One little white lie won't send you to hell. But who only tells one little lie?

Yes, No, Later, Instead...

God’s will sometimes goes beyond “yes” and “no”

Stop and take the picture!

Slow down. Tell her you love her. Get a babysitter and blow some money on an expensive dinner. Send her some flowers because it’s Wednesday. Pull over on the side of the road and take a picture at sunset. Not because it makes sense, but because she is worth it.

Give your Wife a break!

You may not want to, but your wife needs a night out. The 'bread winner' is not the only one that works.

God's Holy Matrimony

Marriage is a holy institution, a gift to humanity from God to communicate something of His own character. In today's culture of fluid, relative "truths," it is important for the Church and culture to hold fast to what is holy and pure.

Happy for the Help

Men may not always admit it, but they sometimes need help. More often than not, it’s right there next to them.

An Exhausted Confession

For those who have kids, you understand the physical adjustments for both the spouses. It turned out that in the coming weeks I was just as much in need of grace.

Abandoning everything for Jesus

In the same way that I walked away from people who would have been a negative influence in my life, I had to shake loose the comfort of my Christianity. Christianity is not meant to be comfortable. When you fervently embrace your relationship with Christ, your biggest detractors might possibly end up being your church members. Your fire will threaten their comfortable Jesus.

A Husband's Daily Prayer for His Wife

Be intentional with your prayers, especially when you pray for your spouse.

A Valentine's Guide for Women

Ties are a great gift, but using Valentine's to touch the heart of your beloved would be even greater.

Make Sure You Love On Momma

It is important as men to make sure that our wives know that we love them. It is our duty to provide for our families, but it should be our joy to love them. In a world that no longer values faithfulness, if you do not, someone will take your place.

What does Ephesians 5:25 really mean?

Ephesians 5:25 is a Bible verse we hear often, and the writers at One Million Dads use it a lot in various teachings. Still, what exactly does “Husbands, love your wives even as Christ also loved the church and gave himself for it” mean?

Are you an adulterer?

There’s a Father up above, and He’s looking down in love, so be careful what you see, hear, and say.