Understanding Men: Episode 287

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Understanding Men: Episode 287

Aug 01, 2013
Guests: Martha Krienke, Sarah Mason, Karen Reedall, Dr. Tony Evans and Candice Watters

[51:13] - 

A girl’s guide to right relationships with men, plus Dr. Tony Evans defines a kingdom man, and a guy asks if being opposite or similar is better for marriage.

Featured musical artist: Thousand Foot Krutch


Relating to Guys

Guests: Martha Krienke, Sarah Mason and Karen Reedall

[25:10] - 

It’s easy for women to go to extremes when interacting with men. Some try to capture men’s attention by being overly talkative, flirtatious or vulnerable. Others draw too many lines and come off as distant, aloof — even cold. Where’s the balance? How can women exercise genuine kindness and Christian love with their brothers in Christ in a way that’s natural and appropriate? This week’s panel has something for all personalities and situations.

Kingdom Man

Guests: Dr. Tony Evans

[17:33] - 

Dr. Tony Evans likes talking to men. He’s disappointed at the way men have lost the biblical script for true manhood and have instead settled for lies. Enter Kingdom Man, Dr. Evans’ rallying cry for men to return to God’s call on their lives and embrace the joys and challenges that come with being a man of God. Guys, let Dr. Evans instruct, encourage and inspire you to be all you’re designed to be.

Do Opposites Attract?

Guests: Candice Watters

[5:46] - 

There are so many different theories about compatibility. Some say opposites attract, while others insist common traits and interests are the key. Our listener wants to know what balance of the two extremes makes for the most ideal match, so Candice offers some advice.