Tag Archives: Husbands

What Infidelity Does To A Woman

Earlier this week, we learned that Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child with his housekeeper forcing wife Maria Shriver to hire a divorce attorney.  Every time I hear of something like this happening whether in the entertainment industry, political arena, my family, or at church, something deeply bothers me on the inside. It just makes me angry when the […]

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The 11 Greatest Fears Of Men In Their 40s

I am proud to be a man.  I’m not a chauvinist but I have learned to appreciate the unique wiring that men have.  I enjoy looking like a man, eating like a man, doing man-things, dressing like a man, and watching sports and action movies.  And I refuse to wear skinny jeans.  If you’re a man wearing […]

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Leaders, You Can Go Home Again

Today I got to go home again!  As a result of a previous post I wrote, How A Sunday School Teacher Changed My Life, the leadership of Acworth United Methodist Church gave me the privilege of returning to my childhood church home to speak to their men. It is not an exaggeration to say that today was one of […]

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts of July 2010

  I would like to thank everyone who took their valuable time to read this website during the month of July.  I am deeply humbled by the growth we experienced.  Readership more than doubled during the past month growing by 124%. Two main things became apparent – how much we were captivated by the LeBron James decision and how little we get […]

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The Best Leadership Advice I Ever Heard

There is no shortage of leadership advice and suggestions in the world today.  Matter of fact, you get a lot on this website.  However, when I think of the best leadership advice I ever received, I have to go back to 1990. Our church was conducting a revival.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with that term, a […]

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30 Things I Never Get Used To

Today my air conditioner went out. It will be repaired in a couple of days so it could be worse. However, it reminded me that even though I’ve lived in Georgia for over 40 years, I have never gotten used to the heat and humidity during our summer months. As leaders, I know there are things we should never be […]

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Ladies, How To Welcome A Man Home

“He’s home!  He’s home!  He’s home!”  My favorite part of each day takes place between 6:30 to 7:00 PM every night.  That is when the garage door goes up, the car pulls in, and I walk in the door arriving home from a hard but productive day at work.  It has become our family tradition that when I arrive, […]

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