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December 9, 2019 By CBMW
Fathers, love your family through family fun and worship As a father of five, it is easy for me to get discouraged about my personal failings as a dad. I don’t spend enough time with my children; I don’t spend enough time with my wife; I lose my patience too often; I am not encouraging...
May 17, 2019 By CBMW
Earlier this month, CBMW hosted our annual West Coast conference at Compass Bible Church with Pastor Mike Fabarez in Orange County, California. Video of all of the main sessions as well as all of the breakouts is available in the playlist above or individually below and on YouTube.
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January 16, 2019 By CBMW
Is masculinity harmful to men and boys? Should masculinity be pathologized? According to new guidelines released this month by the American Psychological Association (APA), the answer seems to be yes. In a recent report on the APA’s new guidelines on masculinity, WORLD correspondent Sarah Schweinsberg interviewed CBMW president Dr. Denny Burk about manhood and the...
May 25, 2017 By Garrett Pearson
I could not calm him down. He thrashed and flailed and cried and ran out of his room as I pleaded with him. Then I yelled at him. The house was quiet and dark except for the cacophony of voices coming from my son’s room. I remember my blood boiling and my voice raising as...
April 11, 2017 By Garrett Pearson
Adam Kareus | Associate Pastor River Valley Community Church Fort Smith, Arkansas 4:30 in the morning in a parked truck outside of a fitness center, this was where I first encountered discipleship. My father worked out every morning before work at our local fitness center. And since he liked to be at work early, he...
June 18, 2016 By Scott Corbin
So many men spend so much time worrying about their place in the world. They want to matter. They seek to carve their names in the stone of the ground. They pay a terrible price for it. But a father, especially a good father, knows this: he matters to his family. That is enough for...