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Nov 9, 2017

Jon is the lead follower at Southland. Jon and Scott discuss the importance of manhood in the church.

Discussion Questions:

  1. What is a funny locker room story you have? What’s the best or worst locker room you’ve been apart of?
  2. The goal of this podcast is to redeem men’s conversations. To get us to think about and talk about the important things in our lives like marriage, faith, manhood, fatherhood, sacrifice, providing & protecting. We want to be men of integrity & men of character.
  3. As men, we are specifically challenged with responsibility - in our personal lives, in our homes, in the church, in the business world. Which area do you see men abdicating responsibility the most?
  4. For most men, the biggest temptations come in Pride and Lust. How do these threaten the spiritual vitality of men?
  5. Jon mentions Solomon as one Bible character he really wishes could come on stage one Sunday and share his testimony! If you aren’t familiar with Solomon’s ife read about it this week in 1 Kings 1-11. For today’s group discussion read 1 Kings 10:23-11:6, Deuteronomy 17:14-17 & Ecclesiastes 2:1-11.
  6. Solomon had everything going for him and because of his money and resources he could go all the way down the trails of wine, women & wealth. But when he gets to the end of each trail it’s as if he is hollering back down to say this is a dead end too. What can we learn from his experiences?
  7. Solomon’s life is a story of slow compromise leading to disaster. None of the decisions from early in his reign seemed malicious or ill-intended. But slowly, as he went through life, his heart became insensitive. You’ll never see yourself going down the road of no return. No one ever sets out to ruin their life on purpose, and certainly not to ruin anyone else’s, but it happens all the time. How are you going to take ownership of your own life and live a life of radical obedience to God?
  8. Pray for the men in your group and the men of our church to be Godly men of integrity and character.