Lonely Leaders
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Lonely Leaders

Part 3 of the Loneliness Series On top of the recent U.S. Surgeon General’s report on the loneliness epidemic, Barna has revealed that pastors feel lonelier than ever. Because of this, more pastors have considered quitting their jobs in 2022 compared to a year earlier, citing stress and loneliness. Do you relate? “While feelings of...

The Relationship Talk
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The Relationship Talk

Part 1 of the Loneliness Series We’ve talked about loneliness before, and I’d like to think the issue was isolated to the pandemic. Unfortunately, it’s just not the case.   We don’t love to talk about relationships, do we guys? We are conscious of how we use that word, steering intentionally away from it sometimes. We’ve...

Be the Church the Next Generation is Looking For
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Be the Church the Next Generation is Looking For

Part 4 of the Worldview Series When was the last time you had a good sit-down talk with someone about ecclesiology?  As we Build Up Our Grads, finding a great church will play a vital role in their Christian walk and growth, so they need to be equipped with a great theology on church and...

We Are Uniquely Positioned
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We Are Uniquely Positioned

Battle Briefing | July 2023 The close relationship between the role of fathers and Christianity in America has been exposed in the recent Nationwide Study on Faith & Relationships by Communio.org, a nonprofit organization that consults with churches regarding the nation’s family and faith crisis.  “The collapse of resident fathers through the collapse of marriage...

Bible vs. TikTok
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Bible vs. TikTok

Part 2 of the Worldview Series In the war of Bible vs. Social Media, who is winning?   The U.S. Surgeon General published a 2023 advisory on the harms of social media. In Social Media and Youth Mental Health, they report “an urgent public health issue” and a “significant” health challenge that “requires the nation’s immediate...

Build Up Your Grads
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Build Up Your Grads

Part 1 of the Worldview Series Rooted and Built Up “More than half of all Christian teens and twentysomethings leave active involvement in church,” according to David Kinnaman, author of You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church . . . and Rethinking Faith. It’s a devastating statistic, but we can be encouraged that...

Use FOMO to Combat FOBO
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Use FOMO to Combat FOBO

If you’re wondering what in the world I’m talking about, you might not be Gen Z, but if you are one or you have kids or grandkids, you’ve heard these acronyms.  Coined by Patrick McGinnis in 2004, FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) describes the feeling that everyone around us is doing something more awesome than...

Manhood, Domination, and Battle – Does Masculinity Matter in 2023?
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Manhood, Domination, and Battle – Does Masculinity Matter in 2023?

Masculinity was so last century.  It’s antiquated to talk about manhood.   Should discussing manhood as biblical even matter to the church in 2023?  Let me give you a resounding yes. It matters now as it has always mattered, and that’s why Noble Warriors continues to move forward with initiatives like The Noble Man, a one-day...

Laying Parallel Tracks that Merge in the Distance
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Laying Parallel Tracks that Merge in the Distance

Part 4 of the BE AN AMBASSADOR Series. One of the ventures God has led Noble Warriors to this year has been something we could not have predicted, planned, or seen on the horizon at the beginning of 2022. Yet, God has placed us where the growth and opportunity to train men is unpredictable and unprecedented. We...

Effective Intergenerational Discipleship: A Pastor’s Perspective 
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Effective Intergenerational Discipleship: A Pastor’s Perspective 

Part 3 of the BE AN AMBASSADOR Series. As 2022 comes to a close, we want you to know the difference your giving makes. Through our Titus 2 MENtoring initiative, we come alongside pastors in their work of ministering week-in and week-out to their men, and we praise God for our supporters’ prayers and financial...