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MASHicu Daily Devotional

For those who are wanting to deepen their walk with the Lord to become the man God has created them to be, this daily devotional is designed to encourage, equip, challenge, and support you in that endeavor. Very much like the direct but kind, guiding words of a craftsman to an apprentice, this devotional says to searching hearts what they most likely have longed to hear all their lives. That may sound hard to believe, but history has proven that many grown men have never had a father’s guidance that could direct them either in word or example into the truth regarding love, marriage, intimacy, and nurturing. This devotional provides opportunities for men to revisit what it means to be a leader, husband, or father God’s way.


  • 9/21/20 The Underbelly

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    One of the most vulnerable spots of any animal is the underbelly or underside of its body. In most cases, it consists of soft tissue with little armor for protection. […]

  • 9/19/20 In His Hands

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    Although Father God has given us a stewardship of our wife and children, He asks us to turn them over to Him for their safe keeping. He is ultimately responsible […]

  • 9/18/20 Hold Nothing, Have Everything

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    The world chases after possessions. They’re some of the gods we serve, whether we know it or not. Most of us men go to work to gain possessions of some […]

  • 9/17/20 The Turning Point

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    In all of our lives, there are decisions, milestones, intersections, and crossroads that determine direction for us and our families. They have either a positive or negative impact on those […]

  • 9/16/20 Are You Doing or Becoming?

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    Most men are doers! We take pride in our accomplishments because society has trained us to do so. Our dads were taught to do, and passed that mentality on to […]

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