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Virtual Coaching Groups

I am partnering with Covenant Eyes to lead 6-week men’s virtual small groups through my Beyond the Battle small group curriculum.  These are video conference room groups (like what’s pictured) where you will participate from the comfort of your own home or office.  Sign up early as groups are capped at 10 people each.  There are two groups, click below to sign up:

Thursdays 12:00-1:30pm EST June 28th – August 2nd

Tuesdays 7:30-9:00pm EST June 26th – July 31st

$50 registration cost.  What’s Included:

  • One Free Month of Covenant Eyes filtering and/or accountability software
  • $4 off Covenant Eyes per month after that (as low as $7.99/month)
  • A copy of Beyond the Battle (your choice of paperback, eBook, or audio book)
  • 6-week small group led by author Noah Filipiak
  • Personal coaching, accountability, and interaction with Noah throughout the week

This group will also equip you to lead your own Beyond the Battle small group using the same material we cover together in our 6 weeks.

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Listen below at podcasts.com or listen/subscribe on iTunes or Google Play.

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You can preview and order Beyond the Battle here.

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The Lord of the Rings story comes to a climax in the final battle at Mordor as the forces of good square off against the seemingly insurmountable forces of evil. The king Aragorn, the dwarf Gimli, the elf Legolas and the wizard Gandalf represent the best and strongest warriors for good in Middle Earth. These heroes cluster with their followers in the middle of a plain, while countless foes of darkness close in around them. For every one hero, there seem to be a million enemies.

This is the type of scene that comes to mind for Christian men seeking to fight off the temptations of living in an oversexualized world. Most men are taught simply to be better warriors—better Gandalfs, Aragorns, Legolases, and Gimlis. Well-meaning advisors and “experts” teach men how to try harder, think better, manage behavior through mental tricks, and even physically beat themselves into submission. The problem is, no matter how strong the hero in the middle, the enemy continues its barrage with no end in sight. Continue Reading…