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“Being a Best Man” (Biblical Manliness S1E2)

    Season 1, Episode 2 For January 13, 2015 “Being a Best Man” HOST: Chris Clevenger       Show Notes: I was asked to serve my brother-in-law as his best man in his upcoming wedding. Needless to say, I’m honored. But such an honor carries a great legacy and a great amount of responsibility. This

 
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“Ready to Suffer” (Biblical Manliness S1E1)

    Season 1, Episode 1 For Tuesday, January 6, 2015 HOST: Chris Clevenger       Show Notes: We typically avoid suffering and hardship, but, for Christian men, it comes with the territory. Suffering sanctifies and teaches us a lot of valuable lessons about God, Christ, and ourselves. Your Feedback Submit your feedback or suggest

 
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Stable But Not Static (Biblical Manliness 084)

    Episode #084 For December 23, 2014 “Stable But Not Static” HOST: Chris Clevenger         Show Notes: God wants us to be firm in doctrine but ready for action. Paul lays it out in 1 Cor 15:58 by commanding us to be steadfast and immovable while abounding in the work of Christ.

 
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“How to Finish” (Biblical Manliness #083)

    Episode #083 For December 16, 2014 “How to Finish” HOST: Chris Clevenger         Show Notes: Summary: Sometimes we struggle with possessing the ability to finish certain tasks, but God calls for us to be men of commitment. Even completing menial and mundane tasks can prepare us for great things in the

 
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“Grasping God” (Biblical Manliness #082)

    Episode #082 For December 3, 2014 “Grasping God” HOST: Chris Clevenger         Show Notes: Biblical men need to understand who their Father is. Early in the book of Genesis, Moses introduces us to God and shows us a Being who is powerful, personal, sees potential, and shares in a partnership with

 
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