Steve Watters is the vice president of communications at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he is also a student. Steve and his wife, Candice, were the founders of Boundless, and Steve served as the director of young adults at Focus on the Family for several years before leaving for seminary.
Marketers want you to consume. Christ asks you to produce.
Men aren't able to commit? "Marriage research rock star" Scott Stanley challenges that assertion.
How our sex drive can bring us closer to God or further away.
Put your trust in the Word that became flesh and is trustworthy and true.
Desperation in dating can lead us to understand our greater source of desperation and in turn redeem our whole approach to dating.
It’s easy to believe that life has more to do with good or bad luck than having a connection to what you do or don't do.
Understanding the enemy in your life story
Clutter hinders action and opportunity.
A lakeside cabin retreat inspired some big dreams, dreams later brought into perspective by a day of rest.
A pervasive myth in our culture is that commitment and sacrifice are barriers to our fulfillment - but family is really the path to fulfillment.
Single men have asked "Who should I marry?" and "When should I marry?" But now they're finding themselves asking a more fundamental question: "Why marry?"
What I learned at a small cottage about goals and God’s purposes.
Are cultural expectations frustrating our best relationships?
Discovering the wealth of the king.
The difference between trying to get people to like you and learning to love like God does.
How a visit with Elvis changed my dad’s view of talent.
Tough lessons and hard-wrought wisdom from Steve’s first job out of college.
Some think it takes guys 30 years to become adults. The question is, do you meet these low expectations or exceed them?
On the other side of the “pulling a Ruth” story, Steve Watters talks about his path to the altar.
Could you go a whole day without talking? This and three other speaking challenges could change your life.
Writing and living a mission statement for the hungry years.
Dreaming up your future while you snack on ramen noodles.
A new way of looking at those super-spiritual types in our lives.
Why the delay? Even Christian guys give lots of reasons — like what one calls "waiting for Pamela Anderson to become a Christian."
Ever felt like you and your computer have a dirty little secret? You're not alone.
Ever thought of having a virtual fling? It may be more than you
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