The Lover

by Nick Farr | series |

Men are typically known as being stoic. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but when dealing with others (especially our family and friends), we cannot experience the fullness of relationship as God intended without learning to show love. This week, we’ll look at one of the same scriptures as last week, but we’ll focus on how God has called us to love as he has loved the church. We display leadership when love others more than ourselves. Biblical manhood requires us to love the way Jesus loves.

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Image: Confidence in God (Psalm 27)
June 20, 2021

Confidence in God (Psalm 27)

Psalm 27 was written by King David, and we can get a glimpse of his relationship with God, and his...

Image: Worship (Psalm 66)
June 13, 2021

Worship (Psalm 66)

All of us worship something or someone, and that worship is a witness to the watching world around us. Psalm...

Image: Help (Psalm 121)
June 6, 2021

Help (Psalm 121)

We all pray the prayer of help. We face a situation that feels hopeless, overwhelming, and or even more than...

Image: A New Future is Possible
May 30, 2021

A New Future is Possible

When we live on the other side of disruption, we don’t know what the future holds or how our risks...

Image: Risk it All
May 23, 2021

Risk it All

To live on the other side of disruption will always come with a risk. A risk to have the conversation,...

Image: Finding God’s Hand In Your Disruption
May 18, 2021

Finding God’s Hand In Your Disruption

Every one of us experiences disruption in our lives, and we often wonder where God is, what He is doing,...

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