God’s Word is clear about the importance of godly friendships–and how God designs them to complete us spiritually. If you ever hope to win the battles you face in your spiritual journey, you must be connected to godly men.
The problem is that many men today act like they don’t need friends–and they’re paying the price. Risking relationship is not easy for men, but it’s a non-negotiable for God’s man. When you stand with others who share your spiritual goals, you achieve them faster. That’s God’s way.
Godly friendships create consistency, provide care and support, stimulate healthy confession, produce new connections, and make you complete in Christ. They produce positive changes in your character, convictions, conduct, and commitment to do life God’s way.
Learn how to build and benefit from friendships with godly men. It starts with Being God’s Man…in Pursuing Friendships.
About the Author
Stephen Arterburn is co-author of the best-selling “Every Man” series. He is founder and chairman of New Life Clinics, host of the daily “New Life Live!” national radio program, creator of the Women of Faith Conferences, a nationally known speaker and licensed minister, and the author of more than forty books. He lives with his family in Laguna Beach, California.
Kenny Luck is president and founder of Every Man Ministries and coauthor of the best-selling Every Man, God’s Man. He is the Men’s Pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California.
Todd Wendorff is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley and holds a Th.M. from Talbot School of Theology. He serves as a pastor of men’s ministries at Saddleback Valley Community Church and is an adjunct professor at Biola University. He is an author of the Doing Life Together Bible Study Series. Todd and his wife, Denise, live with their three children in Trabuco Canyon, California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A men's devotion and study group I am in has used a number of the titles from this series. It is a good study and discussion guide for a group that does not have time for preparation and outside study or "homework". Our group meets for 45 minutes to an hour. These lessons are about right for that: short narratives, Bible passage references, and thought and discussion provoking questions.
This is a good study. I had thought this was a book. But it is more a group Bible study book.