A man who exercises self-control is a continent man. How can man learn to exercise self-control in this sexualized age? This article looks at what exercising sexual control means for married and unmarried Christian men.
The author reflects on the current cultural interplay between self-indulgence and self-control. He points to faith in Christ as the way to grow in self-control. Along the way he comments on Acts 24:25, where Paul discoursed on self-control, among other topics.
Youth is associated with strength and energy. However, if not used well this strength can be destructive. The author of this article highlights the need for self-control, godliness, and using this strength for the service of God.
Many people today encourage 'self-expression' in parenting, which allows children a lot of freedom. The author of this article maintains that this is not a good parenting practice, and stresses the importance of promoting self-restraint and self-control.