In the Arena. Lesson 5— Do Everything in Love

In the past few posts, we have focused our attention on I Cor. 16:13. To recap what we’ve uncovered for men in the arena, facing challenges that surround us: Be on your guard— be vigilant; above all else guard your heart Stand firm in the faith— be resolute; place your trust in the name of […]

In the Arena. Lesson 5— Do Everything in Love

The Banner That Unites Us. Lesson 7—Racial Unity in the Kingdom of Heaven

We might like to think the American Church is racially united, but it’s not. In fact, as many have noted, Sunday morning is the most segregated time of the week in the U.S. This separation is due at least partly to the fact that Asian, Latino, black, and white Christians often have very different style […]

The Banner That Unites Us. Lesson 7—Racial Unity in the Kingdom of Heaven
Men Need Brotherhood

Men Need Brotherhood

One priority compels us at Peregrine Ministries more than any other—connecting men in life-giving relationships with each other. Isolation breeds discouragement, self-condemnation and shame. Brotherhood feeds encouragement, hope and inspiration. We at Peregrine Ministries have seen the impact of this truth over the past months of social-distancing like no other time in our history. This […]

Children of Light

We are entering the Season of Light, the Light Festival, the Christmas season when so much of the world decorates trees, wreathes, streetlamps, and even homes, with spectacular displays of light. Even those parts of the world that may not traditionally be Christian do so. There is an evident way in which the world loves […]

Children of Light

Honesty and Hope

Perhaps you’ve seen the recent Gillette commercial about men being the best they can be. The phrase “the best a man can get” took me back to hazy “wonder years” when I wondered when I might need to shave anything at all.

As I watched the clip, it evoked similar beneath-the-surface feelings: recognition, conviction, inspiration and commitment. So I was surprised to hear and read that not everyone had the same positive impression of the clip as I did. In fact, I saw through one source that reactions against the commercial were 4:1 versus those that saw it as positive.

Honesty and Hope