The Bible reveals that an authentic relationship with God is a lifestyle - a way to be and believe that produces a way to behave daily. As opposed to what you say? A compartmentalized event or a disconnected set of singular experiences? Yet that is how many men experience God. Before a meal. On a Sunday. When loss or pain suggests we pray. At a men's group. At Christmas and Easter. God is situational. We divide our lives into sacred and secular. He is invited into some aspects and events but not all dimensions of our thinking and living. If God is who the Bible describes him to be it begs the question: How do you compartmentalize an infinite person who is everywhere all at once? Answer: You don't! But that is exactly how we treat God - like an event versus an ever-present person who is walking with us and shaping our behaviors and thoughts in life. Your lifestyle reflects your habits. Your habits reflect your thinking. Your thinking reflects your character. Between your lifestyle and character are your habits and they become driving forces for better or for worse. You will become what you repeatedly do. Think about that for minute and then dive into this powerful study in God's word with men's expert and pastor Kenny Luck. FORCE OF HABIT will help break bad ones, build good ones, and become the man God created you to be.