What It Means to Be a Man: God’s Design for Us in a World Full of Extremes
paperback, 128 pages
Book DescriptionMen today are confronted with many different expectations of who they’re supposed to be and what role they should be filling. By looking at history, the clichés of manhood, and what intimacy with God looks like, this short book will help men (and women) rethink what it means to be a man in today’s culture. Each of the 13 chapters concludes with a challenge. At the back of the book is a Small Group Guide with Objectives, Weekly Reflections, and Exercises for each chapter.
This little book, although written for Christian men, is also a valuable resource for women who have men in their life (dad, husband, sons). I felt it is best suitable for readers of high school age and older. It contains honest and practical advice on masculine self improvement, self esteem, and self worth. It is definitely conversation-style study material; good for a men’s group or a married couples group. And I love the cover!
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