Late Night Men Talks

10 Episodes

By: Late Night Men Talks

Late Night Men started as a group of single Christian men who goes out every Sunday after church service to hang out and talk about anything and everything that pertains to faith, seasons, and life in general. Our conversation starts with a question about a certain topic and from there, everyone will share their thoughts and opinions which normally ends past midnight. This group and conversations shaped us to be who we are right now. In the same way, our goal in this podcast is to share these questions and answers to encourage, challenge and build up every man in...

S3E1: When God Says No

There are a lot of times we expect God to answer our prayers the way we wanted it, but what if He answers other way around? How would we respond in those kind of situations?

In this episode, we shared our life stories when we received a "no" from God to our prayers. Hopefully, the things that we share here will encourage you and minister to you as you continuously seek the Lord.

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There are times that your past is trying to haunt you because maybe of the mistakes that you made, or offenses that was never dealt with, we want to say it's okay. We all had something in the past.

In this episode we shared our experiences and how we experienced freedom from the past, may it be relationship, finances, or whatever you did that seems like you can't let go.

We hope that you'll get something from this episode.

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S2E11: When Is Enough, Enough?

In this episode, we share some insights when we talk about enough is enough.

We face a lot of difficulties in life and sometimes it seems like it never ends. Hopefully, this episode will help you think through what you should do.

Thank you for always listening and we hope to see you again next time!

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S2E10: Are You Part of a Community?

Communities  offer specific benefits depending on their type and focus. For example, a community of entrepreneurs can provide support and resources to help members start and grow their businesses. A community of parents can provide support and advice on raising children. And a community of people with a shared interest, such as sports or music, can provide opportunities to socialize and pursue that interest with others.

Overall, there are many benefits to being part of a community. Communities can provide us with a sense of belonging, social support, learning and growth, and purpose and meaning.


S2E9: House-Husband: Yes or No?

Over the last decade, the percentage of house dads increased to 3.5%, or 550,000 dads. In the ’70s, only 280,000 men were staying at home, representing only 2% of the families analyzed. (

If you are considering becoming a house husband, it is important to talk to your spouse about your decision and to make sure that you are both on the same page. You should also do your research and talk to other house husbands to get their insights and advice.

If you decide that becoming a house husband is the right decision for yo...

S2E8: How Do We Respond and Handle Transitions in Life

Transitions are a normal part of life, but they can be difficult to handle. Remember, everyone copes with transitions differently. There is no right or wrong way to feel or to handle a transition. The most important thing is to be patient with yourself and to find healthy ways to cope. Transitions can be challenging, but they can also be opportunities for growth and change. By following these tips, you can learn to cope with transitions in a healthy way.

We hope you'll enjoy our episode.

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S2E7: Should Christians Listen To Secular Music?

Whether or not Christians should listen to secular music is a matter of personal conviction. There is no single answer that applies to all Christians. Some Christians believe that all secular music is sinful and should be avoided, while others believe that it is possible to enjoy secular music without compromising their faith.

There are a few factors that Christians may consider when making this decision. One is the lyrics of the songs. Some songs may contain explicit or offensive language, or promote messages that are contrary to Christian beliefs. Others may be simply catchy and enjoyable...

S2E6: Getting Married! Church or Civil?

A church wedding is a religious ceremony that takes place in a church or other place of worship. It is officiated by a priest, minister, or other religious leader. The ceremony typically follows the religious traditions of the couple's faith, and may include readings from scripture, prayers, and hymns.

A civil wedding is a non-religious ceremony that takes place in a registry office or other government-approved venue. It is officiated by a registrar, who is a government official. The ceremony is more secular in nature, and may include readings, vows, and music that are not specifically religious.<...

S2E5: How To Take Captive Of Your Thoughts?

Taking captive your thoughts is a lifelong journey. It is not something that you will ever master completely. You can start to take control of your thoughts and to live a more positive and fulfilling life.

In this episode, we shared about our own experiences and some suggestions in captivating your thoughts that will obey Christ based on the Scripture that we read in 2 Corinthians 10:5.

We hope and pray that this will encourage and minister to you and to those people that you'll share this episode with.

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S2E4: How do we handle pain, challenges, and difficulties in life?

Men are often expected to be strong and stoic, to never show weakness or pain. But the truth is, men experience pain just as much as women do, and they often handle it in different ways.

Some men may bottle up their pain, refusing to let anyone see how they are really feeling. They may try to tough it out on their own, or they may turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms like alcohol or drugs.

Other men may be more open about their pain, but they may still feel the need to be strong and...