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Can We Separate Conduct from Character?

Bible Verse: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” (Isaiah 5:20) Scripture Reading: Titus 1:1-16 If moral turbulence could be measured in the Richter scale, then the “soulquake” that is currently taking place in North America would warrant a solid ten. Although many factors have contributed

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ARTICLES

Nick Foles' Success Principle: "Embrace Failure"

It was a Super Bowl for the ages this past February. With Tom Brady and the New England Patriots set to defend their crown against the Carson Wentz-less Philadelphia Eagles, many expected to see a lopsided Pats victory in Super Bowl 52. But lo and behold, a banged-up, resilient, God-fearing group of young men from Philadelphia walked away with the Vince Lombardi Trophy as league champions. It was

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PODCAST

Steve Chapman on Praying for Your Kids

Praying for your kids is the most important—but least talked about—function of fatherhood. Steve Chapman is an avid outdoorsman, musician, songwriter, and author. In one of his more recent books, A Dad’s Guide to Praying for His Kids, Steve provides key principles and strategies to help men pray faithfully. In our conversation with Steve, he walks through everything from praying for our

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Fatherhood

Being a dad is an incredible calling, one that will require everything we have to give. It means learning to forgive our own fathers to model our Heavenly Father, and forgiving ourselves for our own failures to bless the generations to come.

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THIS IS ME TV

Trip Lee: Joy Can't Be Stolen

The hardest part of life Trip Lee’s life has been dealing with chronic fatigue syndrome. Back from tour in 2007, Trip was constantly missing classes, sleeping 18 hours a day and still feeling exhausted. Friends didn’t understand, a guidance counselor thought he needed “better studying skills”, doctors misdiagnosed his symptoms and then guessed “maybe it’s chronic fatigue syndrome?” Fast

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YOUR NEXT STEP

The Bible calls us to be men who are training ourselves for godliness, and Promise Keepers Canada is here to support you in this training.

There are three essential elements of training that are required for you to continue to move forward as a follower of Jesus Christ: Enlarging our Hearts (Ignite) – Renewing our Minds (Equip) – Engaging our Hands (Impact).

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