The Man Issue
In the last decade, a number of books have suggested that America has a man crisis. Men are increasingly absent from the home, the workforce, the church, and society. As Pentecostals, how should we address the man crisis? What does it mean to be a husband, father, friend, church member, and social influencer? That is what this issue of Enrichment sets out to investigate.
By Rick Knoth
George Paul Wood
Do you have a radiant wife? Sacrificial love produces radiant wives, thriving in oneness and intimacy with their husbands. Here’s how men can help their wives to be radiant.
Interview with Roger Gibson, Carey Casey, Glenn Stanton
While a tragic number of men are missing in action where their families are concerned, others long to become the leaders and role models Christ calls them to be. Here is how dads can reclaim their positions of godly authority?
Mark Entzminger with Scott Harrup
Today’s fathers can speak life-giving blessing into their children’s lives and observe outcomes with eternal significance by following these biblical principles.
How can detached men build friendships and enjoy a richer, deeper life? Here are practical ways you can develop lifelong friendships and help other brothers discover the life-giving presence of Jesus and His friends.
How did a faith founded by a man and His twelve male disciples become anathema to men? Here is how to restore the balance between the feminine and the masculine in our churches.
Are the men in your church being transformed from a weekend audience to a Kingdom army fulfilling a Kingdom vision? Here some basic steps for developing a leadership pipeline that addresses men’s needs, transforms their lives, and deploys them for service.
In a world of loud voices and competing messages, God calls men to follow Him and live out the Great Commission. How do pastors lead men to their mandestination and connect them to the heart of God?
As Christ-centered, Bible-based, 21st century “Sons of Issachar,” men carry the power to exert catalytic influence in their respective communities. Here are three ways men can change the world.
If we want to break down the stained-glass ceiling that prevents women from their full participation in the Christian life, we must address what women want from those with whom they will partner, to whom they will minister, and alongside those with whom they live life.
A Final Word
EJ Online for 2014 - Summer
- Managing Conflict With Christlike Compassion And Wisdom
- Emotional Discipleship
- Life-Giving Friendship
- The Jesus Call: What is a Person to do with sin?
- The Significance of the Coaching Conversation
Robert C. Crosby
As Christ-followers, how are we to know the way of wisdom? When the Bible does not provide a clear answer, how can we be clear? Here are seven characteristics of wise decision making.
Welcoming the disabled is not a choice; it’s a biblical mandate. It’s the very heart of God. Is your church disability-friendly? If not, it can be, and here is how.
MANAGING THE MAYHEM OF MINISTRY
THE KINGDOM NET: NETWORKING FOR PASTORS
DEALING WITH DOUBTERS
MINISTRY & MEDICAL ETHICS
Christina M.H. Powell
Q&A FOR MINISTRY WIVES
- With Christ
- Book Reviews
- News and Resources
- Advertising Index
Next Time in Enrichment:
The Greatest Work
As the Assemblies of God concludes its 100th year of ministry, a number of important issues and questions must be considered: What challenges and opportunities does the Assemblies of God face in the future? What cultural changes will help Pentecostals evangelize and disciple the next generation? What cultural changes will hinder Pentecostals from evangelizing and discipling the next generation? The Greatest Work… issue of Enrichment journal will answer these and other important questions.