(This week's post comes again from Michael Porto) At two times in the story of the Bible, both in books that employ a lot with figurative language, two men are instructed by an angelic being to eat a scroll of parchment with words on it. The first occurs in Ezekiel chapter 3. By way of … Continue reading Eat The Word #3
Today's post is from Michael Porto. Allow me to destroy some of our concepts of the 21st century devotional life. You do not have to mine incredible truths from the Word on a daily basis. You do not have to remember what you read from two weeks ago and know how it connects to what … Continue reading Rethinking Daily Devotionals
Today's post comes from Michael Porto, Ministry Assistant at MBC. You can reach Michael at email@example.com These days most things seem to be zapping our life away. Most of us are now all too familiar with Zoom fatigue; the sensation we get after spending time (copious amounts of time) interacting with one another via video … Continue reading God Gives Life
Prayer by John Onwuchekwa is a helpful book that I encourage you to read soon. Both leaders and non-leaders in the local church will benefit from this book. Certainly, every man will benefit from this book. It’s short (less than 150 pages), easy to read, and has just enough humor to keep you engaged. However, none … Continue reading Prayer – a book review.
MBC Man, I hope you are doing well during this COVID-19 pandemic. Life has changed for many of you, and I want you to know that I’m praying for you and am here to help if needed. I know that this situation is causing a lot of stress, grief, pain, and loss for many people. … Continue reading Never waste a good crisis.
“How is your marriage?” When was the last time someone asked you that question? When was the last time you thought about that question? The reality is that, if you are married, you need to be working on your marriage. Always. As you know, marriage is not as easy as it once looked. But by … Continue reading Growing Your Marriage
Family devotions (or sometimes called Family Worship) is a daunting task for husbands and fathers. If we are honest, few things conjure up dread in most men than the idea of leading family worship. Sure, some men naturally lead well and enjoy their role in leading family worship, but if you are like me, the … Continue reading The hard job of being a husband and/or father.