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The Raising Godly Boys Minute is a daily 60-second broadcast designed to help you learn to raise boys to become godly men. In life, watching a boy head straight into challenging territory can be a frightening and stressful experience. But there’s a reason God wired boys to crave adventure, excitement, and risk. Listen to our full archive of Raising Godly Boys Minutes and get the answers on how to equip your son, grandson, or young mentee with the knowledge he needs to keep moving forward.

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The Raising Godly Boys Minute is a daily 60-second broadcast designed to help you learn to raise boys to become godly men. In life, watching a boy head straight into challenging territory can be a frightening and stressful experience. But there’s a reason God wired boys to crave adventure, excitement, and risk. Listen to our full archive of Raising Godly Boys Minutes and get the answers on how to equip your son, grandson, or young mentee with the knowledge he needs to keep moving forward.

    #680: Treasure Hunt

    #680: Treasure Hunt

    In 2010, a man named Forrest Fen buried treasure in the Rocky Mountains, and published a book with clues to its whereabouts. Thousands went searching for it. Four men even died during the hunt. Finally the box was found in 2020. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that most of the people who embarked on that search were male. From the time we are very young, boys love a good challenge. If young men are under-challenged, they will rebel, resist, or become apathetic. Others will turn to a vi...

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    #679: Not Only a Flashlight

    #679: Not Only a Flashlight

    In 1899, an inventor put batteries in a tube and created a portable electric light. There was only one problem– the light would only stay on for about three seconds. The device did not sell well, and people jokingly called it a “FLASH light.” Today, of course, the flashlight is a household staple, with some models staying lit for at least 50 hours. As the parent of a teenage boy, it’s easy to feel like that inventor. Your son may only behave or listen for brief “flashes” at a time. But let me...

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    #678: Nothing is Impossible

    #678: Nothing is Impossible

    A college student accidentally solved an impossible math problem. George Dantzig arrived late to class to find his peers working silently on several math problems written on the chalkboard. George worked through the problems and turned his paper in. Later, he learned that one of those problems wasn’t homework after all, but was an equation that mathematicians considered unsolvable. George solved the problem, simply because he didn’t know it was supposed to be impossible. There’s a lesson here...

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    #677: Manhood Rituals

    #677: Manhood Rituals

    Cultures all around the world have rituals to signify a boy becoming a man, and they range from straightforward to extreme. Some societies have young men go on a hunt. In one small country, a boy participates in a primitive form of bungee jumping. In another, he must successfully jump over a cow to prove his manhood. Others simply send their sons into the wilderness to survive. Although those rituals sound bizarre to us here in the US, our boys still desperately need challenges to build their...

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    #676: Walk Worthy

    #676: Walk Worthy

    Do you remember the day your son took his first step? Perhaps he had already been standing for a few weeks while holding onto the couch. But at some point, he took a wobbly step toward your outstretched arms. You clapped and cheered and gave him a giant hug. Learning to walk is a key milestone in a boy’s physical development. But learning to walk worthy is just as important for a boy’s spiritual development. If your son has accepted Christ as his personal Savior, teach him to honor the Lord t...

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    675: Up a River Without a Paddle

    675: Up a River Without a Paddle

    Boys love action and adventure. That’s why paddling a canoe across a lake or along a river is a time-tested way to exercise their minds and bodies. But have you ever heard the phrase “Up a creek without a paddle”? It refers to being in a difficult or dangerous situation where you can’t get yourself out of the problem or predicament.As your son grows up, don’t let him be stranded “Up a creek without a paddle.” Trials and challenges will try to sink his boat. Turbulent waters will try to knock ...

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