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Manhood Journey: Manhood Myths, Group Guide
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We are bombarded with lies from the enemy. They come in some attractive forms and can be disguised behind the veil of honorable pursuits. We can believe that success is defined by our possessions, since, after all, we are just providing for our families. Or, we can justify being unloving by believing the lie of the macho, unfeeling man. In Manhood Journey: Manhood Myths we explore four lies to which men can fall prey, and how to expose them by becoming Bible-smart "lie detectors."
Manhood Journey: Manhood Myths Group Guide is a 6-week group discussion guide for group leaders.
Vendor: City on a Hill
Publication Date: 2017
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Absentee fatherhood is an epidemic. Dads are abandoning their son-shaping responsibilities. This takes a major toll on society: from overworked moms to directionless young men. You don’t want to be one of these statistics.
Manhood Journey equips fathers to build up the next generation of godly men. It is a Bible-based approach to building young men through the discipleship and mentorship of fathers. It features guided Biblical discussion with hands-on, interactive activities. Men can include other young men in their lives – nephews, neighbors or friends.
The program can also work well in one-on-one contexts and within groups where there is not a father present for every boy.