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What Exactly is a GodBuddy Relationship?

Over the years, I’ve developed some very close friendships with guys that came from spending time together in casual conversation, doing recreation, and just good old-fashioned hanging out. These are guys with whom I have a lot in common and we often share the same set of values. They are good friends, sometimes very good friends. However, a “God Buddy” friendship is like no other. How is God Buddy Different? In two of my opening posts here and here, I outlined a man’s need for some God Buddies. These God Buddy relationships (your “GBs” as I call them) are authentic, deep and genuine friendships instead of shallow acquaintances that so many people have these days. Your GB is similar to a close friendship but it’s one that connects you both on a “soul level”. It’s a friendship that is very authentic, non-judgmental, and is accountable to a higher set of

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Why I Needed a GodBuddy

In my post, Loneliness is a huge threat to our health, I stated men are more isolated today than ever before. We are in desperate need of real friends. The stresses of life and lack of genuine friendships may even be killing us! In today’s world of inappropriate sexual conduct, random school shootings, racial riots, and political insurrections, we see many guys who still act like boys. Accusations of “toxic” behaviors reveal that many males still need better guidance on how to use their God-given masculinity. Friendships with godly men can help them maintain the proper standards for biblical manhood and the ways of Jesus.  Many men today also struggle with balancing the responsibilities at work and home life. They’re failing in adulthood. Many males are not acting like grown men who are head of our homes, sensitive and caring fathers, and devoted husbands. We try to advance our careers

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Why Men Need Friends

In my series of opening posts on this blog, I explained why men need more authentic and genuine friendships or what I began calling “God Buddies” more than 10 years ago. At that time, I saw the need (and had the need myself) for some deeper relationships with a small number of guys. Today, many men today have only shallow acquaintances. If they have any friends at all! Before I explain further why men need friendships —and especially why we need God Buddies, let me briefly recap my opening posts. Recap In Where Did All My Friends Go? I wrote that our relationships with childhood friends, high school chums, and college buddies, all change as we move into adulthood. Dealing with the stresses of adult life often leads to isolation and many men medicate with workaholism, over-eating, drinking, drugs, gambling, pornography and anger. Next, in Loneliness: a Huge Threat to

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Why Men Need Friends

In my series of opening posts on this blog, I explained why men need more authentic and genuine friendships or what I began calling “God

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