Introduction to Warriors of Grace and What it Means to be Above Reproach

Posted On January 3, 2020

On today’s Warriors of Grace episode, Dave talks about the purpose and aim of Warriors of Grace, what it means to be above reproach, along with what the means of grace are and what they aim to do, and how Christian men can fight apathy and grow in grace.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • The purpose and aim of Warriors of Grace.
  • Christian men should desire to grow in spiritual maturity and Christlikeness.
  • What it means to be above reproach.
  • What it means to live before the face of God.
  • What it means to walk blamelessly before the Lord.
  • What the means of grace are and what they aim to do in Christian men.
  • How Christian men can fight apathy.
  • How Christian men can grow in the grace of God.
  • How Christian men should seek out other godly men to help them grow in grace.

Thanks for listening to this episode of Warriors of Grace!

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