How do men keep everything in their lives balanced?
Cue the circus music . . .
"Hey, Jim, I'm going to need that TPS report by noon." one chainsaw]
"Jim, don't forget we are going to my mother's for dinner tonight." two chainsaws]
"Daddy, do you have time to help me with my homework?" yet another chainsaw]
Men have to juggle dozens of chainsaws--er, responsibilities--all while walking a treacherous tightrope demanding our spiritual and physical balance. With all its demands and pressures, life can feel like a bizarro circus act. But you can be the spiritual ringleader you want to be. Take eight weeks to study a biblical approach to thriving under pressure. Learn to master the art of juggling chainsaws on a tightrope--or at least try to improve your skills a little bit at a time. Designed for small-group use (yet just as hospitable for a solo act), studies in The Real Life Stuff for Men series don't demand a seminary-trained leader at the helm. These studies help participants discover personalized application and offer an accountability system to make sure the changes stick. Other thought-provoking titles in The Real Life Stuff for Men series:
- Leaning into a Hail of Bullets
- Treading Water in an Empty Pool
- Chasing God with Three Flat Tires