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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: Tired

by | Oct 12, 2022

Big Idea: One characteristic of men you try to reach is they are tired.

Many men believe there is no margin in their life for an intentional relationship outside of work or home.   Because men are so focused and busy, they are tired.  When you are tired, you drive towards results and have difficulty with relationships.  We were created for a relationship. Being without relationships can lead to many other challenges along the way.   Understand God’s plan for Adam, acknowledge where you are in your journey, and find a way to say, “no” to something good and say, “yes” to God’s best, most fulfilling and life changing opportunities.

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          


Related Resources

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The Spiritual Mentor - Jim Grassi
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