Tag Archives: Helping Hurting Men

Dealing With Guilt

What keeps some Christian men from living vibrant lives in Christ? In our experience, many feel weighed down by unconfessed sin and guilt. Freedom and peace elude them. Yet, there is purpose to guilt. Here are three practical steps for dealing with guilt.

Are You Hurting?

The psalmist gives us a glimpse into his dark night of the soul with six questions he asks God—questions every hurting man has no doubt asked. As I find myself in my own season of suffering, I’m being reminded of deep truths along the way.

The Confidence to Care

Many men want to help others grow but aren’t sure how. Whether they feel unprepared or inadequate, the result is the same: they’re stuck. We’re helping them get unstuck, because when they get the confidence to care, lives change forever.

Why Does God Allow Suffering?

Pain has the power to send our theology into a tailspin. “Does God know? Does He care? Why doesn’t He do anything about it?” As opaque and impenetrable as it seems, suffering plays a significant role in our lives on the road to redemption.

When You Feel Like Giving Up

Do you ever want to give up? The disciples did. But even after Peter deserted Jesus, Jesus did not give up on him. He does not give up on a bruised reed or a smoldering wick. In light of this truth, here are four steps to take when you feel like giving up.

Are You Lonely?

Paulo Coelho said: “Human beings can withstand a week without water, two weeks without food, many years of homelessness, but not loneliness. It is the worst of all tortures…” And yet, God allows us to feel these horrors. Why?

I Am The Good Shepherd

Jesus spoke about a lost sheep and how the shepherd left 99 sheep to go find that one. When the shepherd pays a high price to find the one, he offers the profoundest security and worth to the many. Because the one matters, you matter.

No Man Fails On Purpose

“No man fails on purpose.” The pain contained in the layers of these words has been known by many wives, daughters, sisters, and mothers. But another victim in this epidemic of disappointment is the man himself, who had big dreams and good goals and a longing to leave a legacy. I am one of those daughters, and my dad was one of those men.

    Since 1986, Man in the Mirror has worked with more than 35,000 churches and millions of men with the goal of seeing every man reflect honestly, pursue God wholeheartedly, and live vibrantly. To this end, we equip Christian men around the world to engage in meaningful relationships that change lives and build the kingdom of God.


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