Tip of the Week

The purpose of the Tip of the Week is to provide weekly insight for Pastor’s and Men’s Leaders into the Biblical Design for Men, Issues Facing Men, and How to Build an Engaging Relationship with men that results in Authentic, Biblical manhood. We provide this insight because every man and every church deserves an environment for an engaging Ministry with Men.

Mentoring Other Men: Balance

by | Oct 19, 2022

Big Idea: Many men lack a spiritual balance in their life.

Ever thought or heard this – “when I relax, I feel guilty.” Because there is much to do, often our identity is tied up in creating an image or reality of success.  We feel that in order for God to be pleased with us; we have to be busy.  Busy is the enemy of relationships, and thus the enemy of fulfillment. Oh, there is certainly fulfillment in achieving success and the accomplishment of one’s goals, however, there is always the “what’s next” in a search for fulfillment.  When we are apart from being as God made us – to do meaningful work in the context of meaningful relationships, we are left empty.  As the saying says: “no one ever lays on their deathbed saying – I sure wish I would have worked more.” Our relational fulfillment starts with God and flows out to our sphere of influence.

For a free full hour of consulting about your ministry with your men or a need to have a conversation about your life, reach out to Wendell Morton, Executive Director at wendell@mensministrycatalyst.org          


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