Men

A Missing Demographic

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How can your church intentionally reach and lead men?

God has a high opinion of men. That may sound presumptuous, but Scripture backs me up. He created man, so He obviously had in mind a purpose for men. And it's difficult to overlook the fact that Jesus founded the New Testament church on the hearts and minds of a handful of male apostles.
Yet according to polls conducted by Hartford's Institute of Religious Research and the Gallup Pollsters, the average church in America is comprised of only 7 to 11 percent men. What has robbed the church of its male leadership and effectual ministry?
When we attempt to answer this question, we find dozens of dynamics that researchers use to extrapolate explanations as to the various reasons why men don't see the need to be a part of a local church. One of the reasons they cite is that men feel pastors do not address "relevant" issues.

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Creating a church culture that reaches African-American men

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Why it’s hard to mobilize men—and how you can change that

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Why gutless churches are guyless ... and what you do to make your church a place men can't resist.

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Only one in 18 men in America is involved in discipleship. Now the sins of the fathers are being visited on our nation's families.

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