Before you learn more about this site, please be sure you know the truth about Jesus & His Gospel! The information on this site will be little or no help to you until you have been made alive in Christ!
This site was put together for the sole purposes of helping men recognize and step into the roles God has called us to (in regard to our families) in His Word. This is accomplished by sharing helpful links, sites, messages, books, and other great resources that have helped guide us in our journeys. It also allows us a place to share what God is doing in our lives. From time to time we run across sites, podcasts, books, or articles that help us out, so we have tried to categorize and share them with you. We hope they help. If you have any resources you would like to share or you see a way the website could improve and be more helpful please feel free to contact me.
The main focus of this site is to help men in the leadership of their homes. I chose this focal point because I saw a need for direction and tools. We all know as Christian men that we should lead our family and we are constantly told we need to do a better job. But if you’re like me I was always paralyzed by the “how to”. The resources shared here are those that have helped me so much along the way.
It is not the intent of this website to get you to focus only on your family and completely neglect the other things Christ has commanded us to do. We are to love Him, worship Him, love others, share the Gospel, make disciples, minister to our brothers & sisters in the Lord, feed the hungry, etc. To sum it up, I didn’t want anyone to think that this (emphasis on family) is all there is to being a godly man. Family leadership just happens to be this site’s niche. Again, thanks for dropping by!
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BiblicalMen.com bloggers is a group of men who first off are not perfect, nor claim to be, but who have a life that is evident of spiritual growth and sanctification. We have a desire to provide resources for men to be able to help them fulfill God’s call on their lives because we understand what a weighty task that is! We also want to be able to share what is going on in our lives (the good and the bad) and how God is growing us through that so as to encourage other men in their journey. We hope you find this site to be a helpful resource tool. The site content will be updated frequently!
Chad Gray | ChadGray.me
Bio: God saved me out of a life of reckless abandon to drug and alcohol addiction in January 1999. My wife Pam and I got married in June of 2001 and we currently we have 3 awesome children. There are so many things God has taught me in my short time as a believer, especially in the area of family, that I have made it part of my ministry to tell men what He has done in my life and what He expects of us as men. I was in full time ministry for a season of my life and loved it… too much! I almost lost my family because of the way I treated my wife and kids during that time by neglecting them and neglecting my own personal spiritual disciplines. I made a choice, to leave full time ministry, that changed my life forever. God has worked miracles in my family and fully restored what was damaged by my immaturity and idolatry. He has also used this time to mature me as a Believer and become more grounded in my faith (what I believe & why). Now, years later, with my priorities properly aligned, I am ready for whatever He has for me and the family He allows me to lead. I believe ministering to men will always be a part of my life. So many of us out there are in the same boat, not leading or pastoring our family because we either don’t feel the weight of it or we just don’t know what to do. Whether we are a full time minister or full time wrench turner, our calling is to be the prophet, priest, provider, and protector of our homes!
Bio: I live in texas and work in mexico for the plain gospel mission. I have been full-time since the latter part of 2003. Life has been a journey that has made me increasingly aware of my need for Jesus Christ. Last year i entered into the covenant of marriage and realized again how much i am in need of constant santification. To be a good man, husband, father is not enough, i desire to be a christ-like follower whose life shows evidence of my faith in Jesus Christ. I have been blessed to be in ongoing friendship with these brothers in Christ and hope to contribute in their desire to equip, encourage, challenge men to be christ-like in every aspect of their lives.