In ‘On the Edge with Ken Harrison,’ Dr. Meg Meeker on Biblical Parenting through Gender Confusion, Part 2

December 30, 2021By PK ManagerNews

This is the second episode in a two-part series.

As a father, how do you stand at the helm of your ship and guide and direct your crew—your family—in love? Are you, the captain, respected and trusted as a leader? Dr. Meg Meeker shares suggestions for parenting children through gender dysphoria, away from the lies of our culture, and towards Jesus Christ.

Dr. Meg Meeker is a pediatrician with more than 30 years of experience, mother of four, and grandmother of six. She has authored 7 books including “Strong Father, Strong Daughter” and “Boys Will Be Boys: 7 Secrets to Raising Healthy Sons,” and has spoken globally about raising up the next generation.

In the second part of this two-part episode, Ken and Meg discuss the importance of strong fathers and their role within the family.

  • “There are a lot of kids who want to be accepted. They don’t want to be guilty. And if you’re guilty because you’re a white male, the best way to not be guilty is to be gay or transgender because then nobody can attack you anymore. So, we have to, as parents, realize that…[and not] overreact. Let’s have patience, and time will probably heal most of these [situations], as we’ve seen through science.” – Dr. Meg Meeker
  • “If you think about people who are successful at anything, relationships, their work, their friendships. These are people who know failure really well, and they’ve had to stand back up again and go at it again.” – Dr. Meg Meeker
  • “This generation of kids, they want to know why… They want to know why they should believe in Christ, why they should believe in God. They want the why’s. And so if you tell them the why’s and then you show them the best way to go, their instincts are going to tell them to go there.” – Dr. Meg Meeker

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KEN HARRISON is the host of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison,” a podcast building godly people for a better tomorrow. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on YouTube and your favorite podcast platform, including Apple and Spotify. The podcast also offers listeners the opportunity to receive a challenging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

Harrison serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation whose clients donate over $2 million per week on average to build God’s Kingdom. For nearly 40 years, Waterstone has assisted givers in supporting their favorite charities by crafting customized, innovative giving solutions that empower donors to prioritize income, minimize taxes and optimize giving.

Ken started his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central and then spent nearly two decades in commercial real estate nationally and internationally. After successfully building and growing his company, he sold the majority interest to the second-largest commercial real estate company in the world while continuing as CEO of U.S. valuation and chair of international valuation.

Ken volunteers his time as the chairman of Promise Keepers. His mission is to provide executive leadership and strategic direction to the ministry while inspiring men to be bold, humble and ambitious about their faith.

 

In ‘On the Edge with Ken Harrison,’ Dr. Meg Meeker on Biblical Parenting through Gender Confusion

December 23, 2021By PK ManagerNews

How do you move forward if you feel like you have already failed as a father? How would you respond to a child questioning their gender identity?

These are some of the hard questions asked and answered in this part one episode with Dr. Meg Meeker.

Dr. Meg Meeker is a pediatrician with more than 30 years of experience, mother of four, and grandmother of six. She has authored 7 books including “Strong Father, Strong Daughter” and has spoken globally about raising up the next generation.

In the first part of this two-part episode, Ken and Meg discuss the important role fathers play in raising up their sons and daughters in a godly way. Dr. Meeker shares how to navigate raising a child in a culture where “gender identity” is viewed as negotiable and what to do if the topic of “transitioning” arises with your child.

  • “You’re accountable to God. So what you need to do from a biblical perspective is look at that child and say to them, you know, God created you perfectly because God doesn’t make mistakes.” – Dr. Meg Meeker
  • “I believe that if fathers could see who they are through their kid’s eyes and in particular the eyes of their daughters, their lives would never be the same because dads are larger than life in their kids’ eyes. They are heroes! Girls want protection, even when they’re 18 and 19. Their dads are the love of their lives. ” – Dr. Meg Meeker

Tune in next week for Part 2 of our conversation with Dr. Meg Meeker.

Never miss another episode! Subscribe to “On the Edge with Ken Harrison” today. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube.

 

KEN HARRISON is the host of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison,” a podcast building godly people for a better tomorrow. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on YouTube and your favorite podcast platform, including Apple and Spotify. The podcast also offers listeners the opportunity to receive a challenging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

Harrison serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation whose clients donate over $2 million per week on average to build God’s Kingdom. For nearly 40 years, Waterstone has assisted givers in supporting their favorite charities by crafting customized, innovative giving solutions that empower donors to prioritize income, minimize taxes and optimize giving.

Ken started his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central and then spent nearly two decades in commercial real estate nationally and internationally. After successfully building and growing his company, he sold the majority interest to the second-largest commercial real estate company in the world while continuing as CEO of U.S. valuation and chair of international valuation.

Ken volunteers his time as the chairman of Promise Keepers. His mission is to provide executive leadership and strategic direction to the ministry while inspiring men to be bold, humble and ambitious about their faith.

 

In ‘On the Edge with Ken Harrison,’ Pastor Choco de Jesús Talks About Overcoming Abandonment

December 16, 2021By PK ManagerNews

At 8 years old, Pastor Wilfredo “Choco” de Jesús was abandoned by his father, failed the third grade for not being able to read or write, and found himself navigating the gang-filled landscape of inner-city Chicago.

But through all this, God was faithful. Pastor Choco overcame and used what he learned along the way to serve the Kingdom of God.

Pastor Choco is the former senior pastor of New Life Covenant Ministries, founder of the Chicago Dream Center, author of “Love Them Anyway” and “Move into More”, the first Hispanic executive in the U. S. Assemblies of God, and was named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential men.

“I should have never been on Time Magazine as Time 100. And that just tells me, Ken, that God has a purpose. And can I just say to your viewers that God is in the business of using unusual people.” – Pastor Choco

“The church should always be present, no matter what…and not be afraid of what’s going on in culture.” – Pastor Choco

Never miss another episode! Subscribe to “On the Edge with Ken Harrison” today. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube.

 

KEN HARRISON is the host of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison,” a podcast building godly people for a better tomorrow. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on YouTube and your favorite podcast platform, including Apple and Spotify. The podcast also offers listeners the opportunity to receive a challenging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

Harrison serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation whose clients donate over $2 million per week on average to build God’s Kingdom. For nearly 40 years, Waterstone has assisted givers in supporting their favorite charities by crafting customized, innovative giving solutions that empower donors to prioritize income, minimize taxes and optimize giving.

Ken started his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central and then spent nearly two decades in commercial real estate nationally and internationally. After successfully building and growing his company, he sold the majority interest to the second-largest commercial real estate company in the world while continuing as CEO of U.S. valuation and chair of international valuation.

Ken volunteers his time as the chairman of Promise Keepers. His mission is to provide executive leadership and strategic direction to the ministry while inspiring men to be bold, humble and ambitious about their faith.

 

In ‘On the Edge with Ken Harrison,’ Chris Norton Talks About Trusting God Through Pain

December 9, 2021By PK ManagerNews

What do you do when the unthinkable happens? Chris Norton was faced with this question when, after a tragic football accident, he was told by doctors he would never walk again.

Chris is the coauthor of The Seven Longest Yards, subject of the film 7 Yards: The Chris Norton Story and a motivational speaker sharing the story of how a life-altering football injury shaped his life for the better.

In this episode, Chris and Ken discuss how faith, radical responsibility, community, and having a purpose outside of yourself can turn pain into something great.

  • “I just have this belief that I am responsible for my future, right? You gave it to God, but then you got to do your part and put in the work, and I knew that I had to trust God. And what was going on and how we can turn this pain into a purpose. And then I got to do my part and get to work and see what can come from it.” – Chris Norton
  • “No matter what you go through in life, if you keep going, if you keep praying and keep believing, know that good things can come. You don’t know when it will come. But I do believe that God will turn your pain into a purpose.” – Chris Norton

Never miss another episode! Subscribe to “On the Edge with Ken Harrison” today. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube.

 

KEN HARRISON is the host of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison,” a podcast building godly people for a better tomorrow. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on YouTube and your favorite podcast platform, including Apple and Spotify. The podcast also offers listeners the opportunity to receive a challenging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

Harrison serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation whose clients donate over $2 million per week on average to build God’s Kingdom. For nearly 40 years, Waterstone has assisted givers in supporting their favorite charities by crafting customized, innovative giving solutions that empower donors to prioritize income, minimize taxes and optimize giving.

Ken started his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central and then spent nearly two decades in commercial real estate nationally and internationally. After successfully building and growing his company, he sold the majority interest to the second-largest commercial real estate company in the world while continuing as CEO of U.S. valuation and chair of international valuation.

Ken volunteers his time as the chairman of Promise Keepers. His mission is to provide executive leadership and strategic direction to the ministry while inspiring men to be bold, humble and ambitious about their faith.

 

In ‘On the Edge with Ken Harrison,’ Dallas Jenkins Talks Serving an Audience of One

December 2, 2021By PK ManagerNews

It wasn’t until his feature-length film bombed at the box office that he stopped caring what Hollywood thought—and began working on a project that would touch millions.

For more than 20 years, Dallas Jenkins worked to make it in the film industry. But it wasn’t until his feature-length film bombed at the box office that he stopped caring what Hollywood thought—and began working on a project that would touch millions. Dallas is the director and producer of “The Chosen,” the acclaimed series on the life of Jesus and most successful media crowdfund project to date. “The Chosen” has been watched by tens of millions of people across the world and endorsed by leaders like Kirk Cousins, Pastor Sam Rodriguez, Anne Graham Lotz, and Joni Eareckson Tada.

In this episode, Dallas and Ken discuss how so often God allows us to walk a path of failure before showing us His grace and His plan. Listen in for a conversation on keeping the first things first and the vision for “The Chosen” into the future.

  • “I think there’s a reason why one of the first things Jesus says in the Sermon on the Mount is ‘Blessed are those who mourn.’ I really do. I think that we all have to get to the point of mourning our inadequacy and who we are. Then that can lead us to the beautiful grace and love of Jesus.” – Ken Harrison
  • “The moment I get at all distracted and start caring about what comments I’m going to see on YouTube—I think the show is dead. And so I just really want to maintain that posture of genuine surrender and focus solely on pleasing Him.” – Dallas Jenkins

Never miss another episode! Subscribe to “On the Edge with Ken Harrison” today. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube.

 

KEN HARRISON is the host of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison,” a podcast building godly people for a better tomorrow. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on YouTube and your favorite podcast platform, including Apple and Spotify. The podcast also offers listeners the opportunity to receive a challenging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

Harrison serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation whose clients donate over $2 million per week on average to build God’s Kingdom. For nearly 40 years, Waterstone has assisted givers in supporting their favorite charities by crafting customized, innovative giving solutions that empower donors to prioritize income, minimize taxes and optimize giving.

Ken started his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central and then spent nearly two decades in commercial real estate nationally and internationally. After successfully building and growing his company, he sold the majority interest to the second-largest commercial real estate company in the world while continuing as CEO of U.S. valuation and chair of international valuation.

Ken volunteers his time as the chairman of Promise Keepers. His mission is to provide executive leadership and strategic direction to the ministry while inspiring men to be bold, humble and ambitious about their faith.

 

In ‘On the Edge with Ken Harrison,’ Addison Bevere Talks About His Relationship with His Dad

November 18, 2021By PK ManagerNews

“I realized that God does a perfect work through imperfect people, and that includes our dynamic with our fathers.” – Addison Bevere

If a father is a picture of God to his children—what happens when that father makes mistakes? 

As the son of internationally renowned speakers John and Lisa Bevere, Addison Bevere has grown up in the public eye. Now he’s an influential author and speaker in his own right, serving as COO of Messenger International and founder of sonsanddaughters.tv

In this episode, Addison and Ken discuss some of the challenges and tensions of father/son relationships and how God’s grace transformed Addison’s relationship with his own dad. Listen in as they discuss reconciliation, forgiveness, and parenting the next generation.

The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube.

 

KEN HARRISON is the host of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison,” a podcast building godly people for a better tomorrow. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on YouTube and your favorite podcast platform, including Apple and Spotify. The podcast also offers listeners the opportunity to receive a challenging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

Harrison serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation whose clients donate over $2 million per week on average to build God’s Kingdom. For nearly 40 years, Waterstone has assisted givers in supporting their favorite charities by crafting customized, innovative giving solutions that empower donors to prioritize income, minimize taxes and optimize giving.

Ken started his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central and then spent nearly two decades in commercial real estate nationally and internationally. After successfully building and growing his company, he sold the majority interest to the second-largest commercial real estate company in the world while continuing as CEO of U.S. valuation and chair of international valuation.

Ken volunteers his time as the chairman of Promise Keepers. His mission is to provide executive leadership and strategic direction to the ministry while inspiring men to be bold, humble and ambitious about their faith.

 

Promise Keepers leader denounces porn use: ‘God didn’t create you to be that way’

August 13, 2021By PK ManagerNews

The leader of the men’s ministry organization Promise Keepers denounced the use of pornography, stating that “God didn’t create you to be that way.”

 

Promise Keepers Chairman and CEO Ken Harrison spoke at the 2022 Promise Keepers Marriage Summit’s two-hour virtual kickoff event, which was live-streamed on Monday.

During his comments, Harrison recounted recently being with a group of men and how, when discussing pornography, they claimed that “they couldn’t help themselves” and “God created them to be that way.”

“I said, ‘no, no, no,’” Harrison said. “God didn’t create you to be that way. God created you to have an intense longing for your wife. For the two to become one flesh. Sin created that same longing for every other woman.”

“The Bible says we must flee from sin. It’s an action. It’s a running in terror from it, because it will separate us from God, from our kids, from our wives.”

Harrison added that “men think that they have to live their lives laden down with lustful thoughts and lust. I’m telling you that you don’t.”

“The Bible didn’t tell you to flee from lustful desires when it couldn’t actually happen,” he continued. “You can’t get there in your flesh, you can’t get there by trying harder, you can’t get there by feeling guilty, but you can get there by giving your life over to Christ.”

Read the rest of this article (written by Michael Gryboski) over at the Christian Post.

Promise Keepers to Host Men’s Leadership Summit This Father’s Day Weekend with World-Renowned Speakers

June 9, 2021By PK ManagerUncategorized

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. — Internationally renowned leadership expert John C. Maxwell headlines a world-class group of speakers who will challenge and stir hearts during the one-hour online Promise Keepers Men’s Leadership Summit on Father’s Day weekend, June 19.

“Men are called to lead and be changemakers wherever God places us,” said PK Chairman Ken Harrison. “In our families, work, churches, school, and whether we’re fathers or not, we have the God-given potential to transform lives and reach the world for Christ.”

The free summit features entrepreneurs David and Jason Benham, ministry leader Nick Garza, and a question-and-answer lightning round. Special guests include Dat Nguyen, Rocky Bleier, Chad Veach, David J. Harris, Tristan Johnson, and Jedidiah Thurner.

All men are welcome and encouraged to invest in their personal growth by registering to learn how to demonstrate leadership both at home and in the workplace. Fathers especially will enjoy a lesson on leading with love and empathy. 

“Men’s families, churches, communities and workplaces need them, so it’s time they take the next step,” Harrison said. “I want to challenge men to invest in your own personal growth this Father’s Day weekend—and become the leader you were born to be.”

At the close of the Summit, every man who completed the free registration online is welcome to join a ten-day leadership challenge to build habits of leadership and transform their life.

Resources will be available nonstop following the conference which will be held at 1:00 PM Eastern, 9:00 AM Pacific on June 19. You may register yourself and your friends or the men of your church at https://promisekeepers.org/lead.

 

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ABOUT PROMISE KEEPERS

Founded in 1990 by Coach Bill McCartney, Promise Keepers is one of the most significant movements of God in the history of the church. In 1997 alone, Promise Keepers packed 22 NFL stadiums and gathered 1 million men for Stand in the Gap: A Sacred Assembly of Men at the National Mall in the District of Columbia.

On July 16-17, 2021, men from across America and around the world will converge upon AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys, for PK’s annual stadium event. 

The organization’s mission is to empower men to live out their God-given identity and purpose today and destiny tomorrow by serving their homes, workplaces and communities with integrity and influence. 

 

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In ‘On the Edge with Ken Harrison,’ Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North Discusses How Veterans View Today’s America

May 27, 2021By PK ManagerNews

COLORADO SPRINGS — Ken Harrison is joined by best-selling author, political commentator, and TV host Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, USMC (Ret.) on the latest episode of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison.” Together they discuss the mental health crisis among active duty armed forces and veterans, living with post-traumatic stress, and the importance of depoliticizing our military.

Highlights of the interview include (edited for clarity):

North explains how his faith has aided his mental health journey:

“I’m post-traumatic stress enabled, not disabled. In large part, it’s because my faith tells me where I’m going and I know why I’m going there. People ask how I can be so optimistic given all that is going on and what I have endured. I tell them it’s because I know the end of the story that I have great confidence. The most important day of Jesus’ entire ministry is after he’s been crucified. It’s horrific what he endured, but resurrection is what we’re all about. I ask the Lord that I can be an example to others as to how a Christian man ought to behave, not just talk, but behave. As a marine, we love missions and my mission today is to show my eighteen grandkids how a Christian husband, father, grandfather, brother, and son is supposed to behave.”

North’s book Veterans’ Lament: Is This the America Our Heroes Fought For?

“My and David Goetsch’s book is a remarkable coverage of what veterans are thinking about what’s going on in our country. Together we interviewed over 500 veterans. We realized there are parents who are just now talking to their kids about what we consider legacy enlistments and recruitments. A legacy recruitment or enlistment means that they looked at somebody who had served before them, a dad, an uncle, a teacher, a coach, and said, ‘I want to be like him or her.’ What is threatened is the continuity from generation to generation by having a sense that what I fought for is no longer the way I thought it was then and to a certain extent, they’re absolutely right. There are things happening in our country today that are worrisome to our veterans. They look at the America they’ve fought for and wonder why we are in the concerning place that we are.”

North’s vision looking forward:

“More than ever we need to encourage the spiritual relationship with our Lord and Savior, which I believe is crucial to marriage, raising kids, and the many things that you and I do all over the country. It is necessary for us to return to the spiritual roots of this country for us to move forward and claim the America our heroes fought for.”

“On the Edge with Ken Harrison” is a weekly podcast featuring fearless, no-holds-barred conversations from a biblical worldview with the leaders, influencers and changemakers behind today’s news. Harrison shines the light of God’s Word on the toughest, timeliest issues relating to current events, faith, family and fatherhood.

The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube. Podcast listeners can also receive an encouraging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

 

MEDIA NOTE: Please email Press@theKcompany.co to schedule an interview with WaterStone CEO Ken Harrison.

KEN HARRISON is the host of “On the Edge with Ken Harrison,” a podcast building godly people for a better tomorrow. The podcast, available in both audio and video form, can be found on YouTube and your favorite podcast platform, including Apple and Spotify. The podcast also offers listeners the opportunity to receive a challenging weekly devotional that will inspire them to put their faith into action.

Harrison serves as CEO of WaterStone, a Christian Community Foundation whose clients donate over $2 million per week on average to build God’s Kingdom. For nearly 40 years, Waterstone has assisted givers in supporting their favorite charities by crafting customized, innovative giving solutions that empower donors to prioritize income, minimize taxes and optimize giving.

Ken started his career as an LAPD street cop in South Central and then spent nearly two decades in commercial real estate nationally and internationally. After successfully building and growing his company, he sold the majority interest to the second-largest commercial real estate company in the world while continuing as CEO of U.S. valuation and chair of international valuation.

Ken volunteers his time as the chairman of Promise Keepers. His mission is to provide executive leadership and strategic direction to the ministry while inspiring men to be bold, humble and ambitious about their faith.

Jesus is the Answer to Every Marriage Crisis

May 19, 2021By PK ManagerUncategorized

By: Rick Burgess

I know from personal experience that it’s not true when people say there are some traumas that marriages do not overcome. But it’s a theory that gets kicked around a lot. My wife Sherri and I have been married for 25 years. We have five children—one daughter and four sons. Our youngest is William Brawner Burgess, who we’ve always called Brawner.

In 2008, I was speaking at a conference in Tennessee to a group of about 7,000 young people. I had been a follower of Christ for twelve years. In our pre-marriage counseling, Sherri and I had repented of our sins and become followers. At the time, I was learning how to take my faith in Christ and implement it into a daily radio show. Everything seemed to be coming together.

That day, between the fourth and fifth sessions, I saw a missed call from Sherri. I called back and she was frantic. Brawner, only two years old, somehow got out of the house, fell into our swimming pool and drowned. At that moment, doctors were trying to revive him, so she asked me to get everyone to pray.

I was a five-hour drive away from home. Even an airplane wouldn’t get me there any quicker than driving, so I just drove. I couldn’t have been more surprised that something like took place. It was unlike anything we had ever experienced. I just had to get to Sherri.

Sherri is a godly woman, a blessing to me. God has used her to make me a better man. She is not a woman who doesn’t know scripture. But in her time of despair, without her husband, watching doctors trying to revive our son, she said words just came out of her mouth, and she heard herself say, “Not my will be done Lord, but your will be done.”

As soon as she said it, the doctor looked at her and said, “We have to stop.” Our child had died, his earthly death. The Psalmist clearly said in Psalms 139 that God knows everything about us. When he weaves us together in our mother’s womb, he knows every day that we will live.

Sherri began to experience the God who is close to the brokenhearted. She said our pastor showed up, family members and friends, all tried to comfort her. But they could not replace having her husband there, the child’s father.

For me, if there was ever a woman that I would have felt would not need her husband at such a time, it would be my wife. I think and wonder about this a lot. What if I had decided not to grow in my faith? What if I had decided not to learn the word of God or be discipled? In that moment when my wife was asking, “Who is God in the middle of this?,” what if I had never taken the time to find those answers? Where would we be now?

Today, we’ve been married for 25 years and our marriage has not just survived, it has thrived. You know why? Because it really isn’t true that the death of a child destroys most marriages. It’s something psychologists came up with, but it isn’t the truth. No great trauma, even the death of an earthly child, destroys a marriage. It only reveals the weakness or the strength of that marriage, and whether or not it’s truly attached to and lives under the authority of Jesus Christ.

Why has our marriage thrived in spite of our devastating loss? Not because Sherri Burgess has some superpower or Rick Burgess has keys to something that isn’t available to you. The reason we’re here today, and thriving, serving and advancing God’s kingdom, and the reason our marriage is stronger than ever is because of Jesus.

John chapter 15 tells us to abide in him so we can produce his fruit, because apart from him, we can do nothing. I encourage you to get your marriage under the authority of Christ, at the foot of the cross. Start with your wife to pursue Jesus. Being the spiritual leader of your home is not an option. Your wife and your family will pay a price if you don’t. If you haven’t devoted yourself to present yourself spotless and blameless and at peace with God, then your marriage might pay a price.

As you pursue Jesus and meet each other at his feet and under his authority, your marriage can withstand any attack, including the earthly death of a child. If you have the answers and you really know God, then your marriage can withstand anything. What is the key to having a marriage that cannot be destroyed? Jesus.

Take the next step to a great marriage by joining me for Promise Keepers’ Men’s Marriage Challenge designed with tons of game-changing marriage content with men in mind. Any man, anywhere, at any time, can join the challenge through the free Promise Keepers app.

For more information, visit promisekeepers.org/marriage/

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Rick Burgess has been the co-host of the “Rick and Bubba Show” since 1994, a nationally syndicated radio show which airs to 1.2 million people weekly. Burgess has coauthored multiple New York Times bestselling books that are autobiographical in nature, but his latest release is a 40-day devotional designed to disciple men. How to Be a Man, the Pursuit of Christ-Centered Masculinity is coauthored by Andy Blanks and was released by Iron Hill Press in 2017. Burgess has appeared on various radio and television shows including Fox and Friends and the Sean Hannity Show as a commentator and guest. He is a frequent speaker at church services and youth and marriage conferences, but his true passion is men’s ministry.
Follow him on Twitter and BurgessMinistries.com.