By Greg Gibson   This has been a great series here at Manual, and it is my attempt to now put an exclamation point on this series.  Most often, we think of manhood in terms of holistic approaches and practical application for ...

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By Mathew B. Sims The ascension is often the broken wheel on the gospel wagon. If you visit your local Christian bookstore, you’ll often find lots of books on the cross or resurrection, but you’ll find very few that delve into the ...

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By Nick Batzig What do men need for there to be real and lasting change in their lives? What is the secret to real manhood? What does it take for a young man to stop living foolishly, to start thinking maturely and to seek the Lord? ...

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By Dr. Charles Barrett John Owen wrote that the Person of Christ is the best, the most noble, useful, and beneficial object that we can be conversant about in our thoughts, or cling to in our affections. Owen’s comment reflects ...

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By Jason Garwood Gentlemen: You are not boys. Women are not objects. Christ is most assuredly King. I’ve noticed a trend in young men who relinquish their God-given role as spiritual leaders in their families: childish, selfish, ...

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By John Coakley, Jr. As men, we all wear a variety of hats and titles in life. Many of us are husbands and fathers, church members and church leaders, and various other titles that we hold within our respective lives. Regardless of ...

By Greg Gibson   As men, we must begin to cultivate the ability to make good decisions that have long-term effects rather quickly. As leaders we must have the ability to do this well. Leaders often make decisions on the fly, in ...

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By James K. Forbis Jr. Our Lord Jesus Christ gave us a charge once, a charge to make disciples of all nations and teach them all that Christ taught his own apostles, and in turn you and I. This charge, better known as the Great ...

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By Jared Moore In pastoral ministry, writing, social media, and blogdom, there is a temptation to pursue being popular; to pursue being a celebrity. Yet, in order to follow Christ, we must deny ourselves, take up our crosses, and ...

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By Joey Cochran Men are leaders. As leaders they need to be exceptional exegetes, because exegesis is at the heart of leadership. According to the Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible, exegesis means both “to ...

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