In Good Faith
Why am I not labeled “Made in America”?
Are we seeking light to enhance our psychological and physical visions or are we seeking to minimize our psychological and physical pains?
Jack Jones was adopted from China to an American family. Growing up, he was picked on in school because of his race and skinny frame. When he saw Arnold Schwarzenegger for the first time in a film, he thought that becoming muscular would make girls like him and solve everything. He became obsessed with bodybuilding…
If you’re a Christian and you’re ‘just sayin’ these…just don’t.
Qasim Rashid sets the record straight when it comes to dealing with the real reason violence against women exists, and how to solve this issue.
With so many people genuinely struggling to make ends meet and put food on their tables, it felt like it would be good to remind ourselves what it can feel like to struggle to pay for our most basic needs.
We need only go deeper than our wounds, habits and opinions to return to our original joy
Gil Flores shares his thoughts on the Christmas season and what the way of Jesus shows us about meekness.
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?
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.
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?
The black church represents—more often than not—a time where the pulpit is laced with bulls*** and the pews and are filled with few. The disconnectedness in faith and freedom prompts the question: is the black church slain in the spirit or out for the count?
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?
Can you “Like” your way into heaven?