At the Good Men Project we are all about having the conversation no one else is having — in all areas relevant to being a male in the 21st century, from work to relationships to gender and sexuality. Now we’ve decided to take that conversation to the heart of spirituality and faith.
Both men and women were created in the image of God, thus God must portray both masculine and feminine traits. So why do we only hear about the masculine ones?
Who do you call on when nothing else will help? Jason Helveston watches a story unfold before his eyes and gains insights.
How do you deal with doubt in your own spiritual journey?
Jason Helveston was always a believer. And for a believer, doubt is perceived as the enemy. Can that enemy be faced with opportunity and grace?
Faced with temptation, one young minister remembers his parent’s voice, and his promise to live holy.
Biblical characters are often not examples of righteous living but a reminder that no matter what happen we can always find our way back to God.
Pete Wilgoren reflects on raising children in a mixed religion family
How should Christians respond to hateful laws towards LGBTQ communities?
I stood behind the door wanting to fly in with my red cape, but I can’t this time.
What happens when we need a God bigger than what we learned in Sunday School?
John Shore, along with many others, present Not All Like That, a website were Progressive Christians can voice their support for the LGBTQ community.
Rev. Evan Dolive changes a flat tire on a hot day in Texas, meets a stranger, and has a revelation.
Are we doing good deeds out of compassion, or a selfish need to prove something to other people with photographs?