The Noble Man is a Playa… Of Games That Is! [Podcast]
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The Noble Man is a Playa… Of Games That Is! [Podcast]

Kids spell love “T-I-M-E,” and this crisis season brings unexpected time to interact with your family in ways you haven’t in the past and may not have again in this quantity. I’m a reluctant gamer, but I suggest that all dads become players. Why games? You can argue that quality time trumps quantity time, and...

The Power of Family Mealtime [Podcast]
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The Power of Family Mealtime [Podcast]

The power of having a family meal together is not about eating. It’s about relationship. But how do we make family time together around the table a priority, and is it really worth the work? Stacy chimes in as we discuss the ins and outs of family mealtime, and the unique challenges and blessings our...

Practical Tips from Gary Wood: Finding Financial Hope During a Crisis – Part 2
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Practical Tips from Gary Wood: Finding Financial Hope During a Crisis – Part 2

For Part 1 of this series, Hope in the Supplier, Not the Supply: Finding Financial Hope During a Crisis, click HERE. This week, we spoke with Gary Wood, President of BDC Capital Management. Gary is a friend of Noble Warriors and a workshop contributor at our Noble Man/ISI Conferences. (Access his Biblical Stewardship workshop in...

Family Dinner – Fight for This!
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Family Dinner – Fight for This!

Originally Posted by Mike Young May 2015 It’s interesting and encouraging to me that when we ask Tim what he misses most about being at home, his typical response is “I miss eating dinner together with the family”. (The photo shows Tim joining us for lunch last Sunday using FaceTime. We loved having him for the conversation...

Hope in the Supplier, Not the Supply: Finding Financial Hope During a Crisis
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Hope in the Supplier, Not the Supply: Finding Financial Hope During a Crisis

If you find yourself wondering about the stability of your finances during this Coronavirus season, you are not alone. Many families have felt the blow of salary reduction, decreased hours, or layoffs. Small business owners are scrambling to stay in business. Even large companies are furloughing employees just to stay afloat. The headlines can make the...

A Man-Sized Challenge from a Kindergarten Teacher
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A Man-Sized Challenge from a Kindergarten Teacher

Originally posted by Mike Young October 2010 Stacy and I enjoyed our fourth Back To School Night earlier this week. With four kids in three different schools we’ve spent most of the month of September trying to get into new routines. Our last BTS night was at Hannah’s school. She just started Kindergarten and is...

Workshop Highlight 2020: Steve Etner, The Purity Coach
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Workshop Highlight 2020: Steve Etner, The Purity Coach

Steve Etner understands the struggle. He personally battled with a lust and porn addiction for over 30 years. But he also understands first-hand the victory only God can give. “This life-experience, coupled with solid biblical accountability and a deepening love for God and understanding of God’s Word is the basis for our ministry.” Steve’s ministry,...

Source of Truth: The Word, Not the World
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Source of Truth: The Word, Not the World

Minute with Mike / April 2020 We’re all facing new challenges and realities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Rhetoric is plentiful, even overwhelming. There are many aspects of this situation that we are unable to control, but we can control our attitude. We have a responsibility to make sure our source of truth is...

Leading Through the Coronavirus: 3 ‘L’s for Men [Podcast]
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Leading Through the Coronavirus: 3 ‘L’s for Men [Podcast]

It’s hard to believe that just a few weeks ago we were fully immersed in planning and preparing for spring conferences. It seemed crazy that almost overnight we shifted the Fredericksburg, then Richmond conferences from live events to virtual ones. The dominoes of the culture shift we see now were falling, and everyone has lost...

The Legend of the Dogwood
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The Legend of the Dogwood

It’s awesome to finally see trees budding and flowers blooming. This is one of my favorite times of year. God’s creativity is on display in the woods when you see the white dogwoods blooming alongside the pink redbud trees. It’s a great time for a walk in the woods… And a great time for dads to employ...