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Every man aspires to be known & respected by his family and others. Join Noble Warriors' Founder, Mike Young, & guests for wisdom & insights on how to follow Jesus' example and live out Noble Manhood.

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Every man aspires to be known & respected by his family and others. Join Noble Warriors' Founder, Mike Young, & guests for wisdom & insights on how to follow Jesus' example and live out Noble Manhood.

NOBLE WARRIORS SERVES CHURCHES AS THEY EQUIP MEN TO WALK WITH CHRIST AND LEAD WELL.
Visit: www.noblewarriors.org

    Tailgate Series: The Prodigal Son (Guest: Greg Beechaum) | Episode 64

    Tailgate Series: The Prodigal Son (Guest: Greg Beechaum) | Episode 64

    Next up in our Tailgate Series, Dr. Greg Beechaum, Pastor of Little Zion Baptist Church in Powhatan, VA, challenges us to see ourselves in the story of the Prodigal Son in Episode 64 of The Noble Man Podcast.  




    Pastor Greg challenged himself first when he looked at his life over this pandemic year and felt like he could do more.




    “Lord, what do you want me to do? Where do you want me to go? Going to church is not enough.” 


    When we look at the Prodigal Son in Luke 15, we see a man who demanded his inheritance before the proper time.




    “Sometimes we desire from God big things, but we don’t want to be responsible over the little things.”  


    But take a look at the father’s response. Before his son could even apologize, he runs out to meet him with hugs, kisses, a ring, a robe, and a feast. “He meets him right where he is.” 




    The Father wants us to love others in the same way. The men of God need to stand up and say, “I’m going to meet you right where you are.” 




    If we don’t get the men back, who will? 


    Listen in as Pastor Greg asks us to think about the one young man, neighbor, or coworker who needs renewal, restoration, and knowledge of the resurrection. 




    Resources 


    LZHOME (lzchurch.org) 




    Leadership (lzchurch.org) 




    Home | Beyond Walls Ministries 




    Dr. B | Beyond Walls Ministries 




    More about Dr. Greg Beechaum from Noble Warriors:




    Gregory Beechaum - Noble Warriors 




    Workshop Highlight: Greg Beechaum, Beyond Walls Ministries




    What If a Pastor Goes Where His Men Are?




    The Noble Man Serves in the Kingdom [Podcast Ep. 23] 


     


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    • 27 min
    Tailgate Series: Follow Me - In the Boat with Jesus (Guest: Joe Tanner) | Episode 63

    Tailgate Series: Follow Me - In the Boat with Jesus (Guest: Joe Tanner) | Episode 63

    Are you a man who is all in for Jesus? 


     


    Pastor Joe Tanner, Pastor of Missions Mobilization and Small Groups at Parkway Baptist Church in Moseley, VA, charges us to ask ourselves, “What kind of fisherman am I?” Joe is quite dedicated (some might even say a little crazy!) when it comes to shad fishing on the James River. He doesn’t eat and only thinks of one thing when he’s out in the boat – catching fish.  


     


    According to Joe, fishing the shad run on the river is a whole lot like our Christian life. “There’s a call on our lives to be fishers-of-men, in the boat, in the middle of the river, in the current with Jesus.” Too many fishermen are just sitting on a bucket with nothing on the line. We may look the part, but we are not catching any fish. 


     


    “A lot of our church men are sitting on the bucket, and they are not fishing… I want to be in the boat with other dedicated men. Lock your arms up with each other and follow Jesus.”
     


    “Because Christ loves you, He doesn’t want you to stay where you’re at.”


     


    Resources: 
     


    Joe walks us through seven times Jesus called others to “Follow Me.”  


     


    Matthew 4:18  Jesus’ first call to Peter and Andrew: they left all, followed where Jesus went, and did what He wanted them to do. They got in the boat and went all in. 

     


    Matthew 8:22 Stop hanging on to worldly weight. 

     


    Matthew 9:9 Matthew has all the world has to offer and left it behind to follow Christ. What is holding you back? 

     


    Matthew 19:21 Jesus wants you to love him in return with commitment – not partial, but all. 

     


    Matthew 10:37-38 Family can be an idol. Your wife and kids are not an excuse to keep you from serving the Lord. 

     


    Matthew 16:24 What is Jesus kindly, lovingly, but definitively calling you to do? 

     


    John 21:19 Jesus tells Peter one last time, “Follow me.” 

     


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    • 27 min
    Tailgate Series: Gospel Fellowship (Guest: Josh Franklin) | Episode 62

    Tailgate Series: Gospel Fellowship (Guest: Josh Franklin) | Episode 62

    What is fellowship? Josh Franklin, Senior Pastor of Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Glen Allen, VA, challenges the stereotype that often comes to mind. “It’s not about cookies and Kool-Aid.” So what is it about? 


     


    Biblical fellowship goes much deeper: 
     


    It’s partnership in the Gospel. 

    It’s working together for a common mission and goal. 

    It’s serving together, forming a connection that will always be there. 


     


    “Oftentimes we’re looking for a friend when God needs another soldier in the army. We’re looking for a buddy when God needs someone to help partner together in the Gospel.” 
     


    Using the example of Paul, Josh shows us how true biblical fellowship creates the tightest bonds with those whom we’ve shared in the ministry of the Gospel. It goes far deeper than friendship and creates bonds that last a lifetime, even through times of trials. 


     


    “God’s answer to our loneliness is to share together in something bigger than themselves.” 
     


    We have all been forced to isolate to some degree for over a year. It’s time to get busy serving the Lord together. 


     


    Resources: 
     


    Philippians 1 


     


    JoshFranklin.org


     


    Mount Vernon Online (Mt Vernon Baptist Church) 


     


    View Show Notes: NobleWarriors.org/episode62


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    • 25 min
    Closer Than a Brother (Guests: Brothers Tim & Zach Young) | Episode 61

    Closer Than a Brother (Guests: Brothers Tim & Zach Young) | Episode 61

    We recorded The Noble Man Podcast Episode 61 from the island of Oahu, HI, so I could talk with 2/3 of the Young men, Tim and Zach. While Ben is doing his internship in West Virginia this summer, Stacy, Hannah, Zach, and I visited Tim, Caroline, and baby Owen. I took advantage of the opportunity to talk with Tim and Zach about the value of having godly peers in your life.  


     


    Both Young men prayed for, sought after, and found a group of guys who sticks closer than a brother. 


     


    “A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.” Proverbs 18:24 


     


    The guys outline the process of finding men that they would forge lasting bonds with and offer two key components in finding the right guys:


     


    Consistency and Intentionality
     


    In a crisis of faith moment, we need to recognize we can’t stand alone. We must make ourselves vulnerable to other guys and see the value in connecting to other men. We need to find others who offer different but strong godly perspectives on what it means to live out faith. 


     


    Men, if you think you don’t want anyone to see your weaknesses or know when you need help, it’s a foolish and fleshly way to think. 


     


    As you listen, meditate on Proverbs 18:24, and ask yourself, “Do I have those friends who stick closer than a brother?” 


     


    Stay tuned to The Noble Man Podcast for more to come in the “Growing Up Young” series. 


     


    Resources: 
     


    The Noble Man Makes Noble Plans [Podcast Ep. 39] - Noble Warriors 


     


    What Are Men Looking For? [Ep. 45 with Members of MOC-6] - Noble Warriors 


     


    The Chosen TV Series (angelstudios.com) 


     


    Martin Luther | Eric Metaxas 


     


    View Show Notes: NobleWarriors.org/episode61


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    • 32 min
    Tailgate Series: How to Live as a Man of God in These Times (Guest: Don Coleman) | Episode 60

    Tailgate Series: How to Live as a Man of God in These Times (Guest: Don Coleman) | Episode 60

    Pastor Don Coleman of East End Fellowship challenges us in Episode 60 of The Noble Man Podcast with “How to Live as a Man of God in These Times.” What are these times? We’ve recently experienced such difficulties as a worldwide plague, racial unrest, and mass shootings. 


     


    “Let’s just face the fact these are the times we're living in, and as the people of God, as men of God, it’s happening on our watch, gentlemen. And at some point, we need to live the message or stop saying we are men of God.”


     


    That’s not a challenge for the faint of heart. 
     


    Pastor Don reminds us that in 2 Timothy God revealed to us times of difficulty would come.  


     


    “I am not confused… the Bible says this is what would happen, my friend. But He has equipped us to do, to be, to live, to model, to demonstrate something that would draw people to the Jesus of the Bible.” 


     


    It’s time for us to be this type of man of God. 
     


    Pastor Don reminds us to look to Jesus as the greatest example of manhood. Even his enemies declared, “Behold the man!” (John 19:5) 


     


    “Being a man of God in these times is to be like Jesus. And He is the same as He has always been.”
     


    Despite current circumstances, there should be a consistency that runs through us all because we serve Jesus, and He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. The times don’t move him at all. The same should be true for us because He lives inside of us. 


     


    When our world is falling apart, and people wonder who they can look to, the answer is Jesus Christ. Follow Jesus, and challenge others to follow Him as they follow you. 


     


    We are never going to get this done until every man is saying to another man, “Follow me as I follow Jesus Christ.” (1 Corinthians 11:1)
     


    Resources: 
     


    Pastor Don at East End Fellowship 


     


    More about Pastor Don at Noble Warriors: 


     


    Faithful Men Stand Firm - Noble Warriors 


     


    CONNECTION with Don Coleman 


     


    Scripture References: 
     


    2 Timothy 3:1-5 


     


    “But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty. For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good, treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, having the appearance of godliness, but denying its power.” 


     


    Luke 9:23-24 


     


    And he said to all, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will save it.” 


     


    Mark 1:16-18 


     


    “Passing alongside the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and Andrew the brother of Simon casting a net into the sea, for they were fishermen. And Jesus said to them, ‘Follow me, and I will make you become fishers of men.’ And immediately they left their nets and followed him.” 


     


    Ecclesiastes 12:13 


     


    “The end of the matter; all has been heard. Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man.” 


     


    John 17:3 


     


    “And this is eternal life, that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.” 


     


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    • 28 min
    Raising the Bow Tie Brothers (Guest: Queenie Jenkins) | Episode 59

    Raising the Bow Tie Brothers (Guest: Queenie Jenkins) | Episode 59

    We’ve got a fun and unique episode this week with a mom named Queenie Jenkins who I first heard on a podcast I enjoy listening to, The World and Everything in It. Queenie and her husband Fred raise their two “kidpreneur” sons, Jabez and Christopher, in the Atlanta area. Queenie is no stranger to the sewing machine with her background in fashion design, so it was a regular part of her boys’ lives from the beginning. At ages five and three, she couldn’t keep them away from it any longer, so she dove in and began teaching them the basics along with some safety lessons. When Jabez came home from school a few years later with a vision for making and selling bow ties, she knew it was from God, and that’s when Kings and Gents Accessories was born.  


     


    I loved this story right away – the story of a mom who let her sons take appropriate risks from a young age, and then nurtured the seeds that God planted on their hearts. 


     


    "Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6 
     


    Jabez and Christopher are 15 and 14 now. They are authors, brand ambassadors, YouTube personalities, E-course developers, and they are passionate about basketball. But for Queenie, they follow God first, and being “momager” only comes after that. Above all, she prays for them and instructs them in godly wisdom. “I am raising someone’s husband and father.” 


     


    Queenie, Fred, Jabez, and Christopher are what I like to call a “transition” family.  Queenie and Fred didn’t grow up in homes with parents who could and guide them in the ways of the Lord, but they are starting that godly legacy with their family. So how do they do it?  


     


    Enjoy Episode 59 of The Noble Man Podcast. I hope it inspires you as it did me to invest in the ongoing development of your children and grandchildren. Cast vision for them as godly men. Keep pouring the word love wisdom of God and he will move on from there. He will take all of that and bring glory to himself through it. 


     


    “On the lips of him who has understanding, wisdom is found, but a rod is for the back of him who lacks sense. The wise lay up knowledge, but the mouth of a fool brings ruin near.” Proverbs 10:13-14 
     


    Resources: 
     


    Kings and Gents Accessories 


     


    Kidpreneur Workshop for Boys (thekingsandgents.com) 


     


    The Kidpreneur Challenge: A Kids' Guide to Becoming an Entrepreneur 


     


    Bow Tie Brothers - The Story of Christopher & Jabez Jenkins 


     


     


    View Show Notes: NobleWarriors.org/episode59


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    • 47 min

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