In an earlier video 8 ways to be a better man ( I talked about 8 categories we should be working on to be better as men.

Spiritual Practices also called Spiritual Disciplines are the things that we do to grow in our faith. Check out the video for more ideas on this.

  • Physical Health –
  • Mental Health –
  • Spiritual Health – This video
  • Marriage (men as husbands
  • Parenting (men as fathers)
  • Finances (which includes work)
  • Sexuality (porn for today’s conversation but much larger topic)
  • Loneliness

This video goes more into detail on the ways we can work on our spiritual health. Love to hear how you are currently working on your spiritual health.

1. Sacred Rhythms: Arranging our Lives for Spiritual Transformation – Ruth Haley Barton
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2. Practices of Love: Spiritual Disciplines for the Life of the World – Kyle David Bennett
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3. The Spirit of the Disciplines: Understanding How God Changes Lives – Dallas Willard
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4. Celebration of Discipline, The Path to Spiritual Growth – Richard J. Foster
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5. The Making of an Ordinary Saint: My Journey from Frustration to Joy with the Spiritual Disciplines – Nathan Foster
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6. A Man’s Guide to the Spiritual Disciplines: 12 Habits to Strengthen Your Walk with Christ – Patrick Morley
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7. God in My Everything: How an Ancient Rhythm Helps Busy People Enjoy God – Ken Shigematsu
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8. The Good and the Beautiful God: Falling in Love with the God Jesus Knows – James Brian Smith
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9. Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life – Donald S. Whitney
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10. Sacred Pathways: Discover Your Soul’s Path to God – Gary L. Thomas
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About The Author

Brett Ullman

Brett Ullman travels North America speaking to teens, young adults, leaders, and parents on topics including parenting, mental health, sexuality, pornography, men, dating and media. Brett's seminars engage and challenge attendees to try and connect our ancient faith with our modern culture we live in. Participants are inspired to reflect on what we know, what we believe and how our faith ought to serve as the lens through which we view and engage tough conversations in our society today.

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