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Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2008
David Murrow's book, Why Men Hate Going to Church, has heightened awareness of an epidemic--Patrick Morley offers the solution. No Man Left Behind is the blueprint for growing a thriving men's ministry that has the power to rebuild the church as we know it, pulling men off the couch and into active involvement as part of the body of Christ.
DAVID DELK joined Man in the Mirror in 1994, and now serves as the President and Co-CEO. He speaks and consults across the country for Man in the Mirror. He has a great talent for helping people remember truths from God's Word. His use of humor, illustrations and unique visual aids help men apply Biblical principles to life. David is the author or co-author of five books, including The Marriage Prayer, No Man Left Behind, and The Dad in the Mirror. David has served as President of the National Coalition of Ministries to Men, and as a visiting lecturer in Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary. He lives in Orlando, FL with his wife, Ruthie. They have three grown children.
BRETT CLEMMER (B.S. Tufts University) is Vice President of Man in the Mirror. He acts as emcee and has served as a special speaker for the Friday morning Man in the Mirror Bible Study. He is the co-author of No Man Left Behind. Brett and his wife, Kimberly, live in Casselberry, Florida and have two children.
DarrellNew Concord, OhioAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Practical, well researched, and honest approach.November 22, 2013DarrellNew Concord, OhioAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5If you're serious about ministry to men in your church this is a centrally important book. The authors speak out of extensive experience. They have devoted their lives to reaching men in our churches. The focus is on discipleship as the central means to reaching men. The strategy of the book is to help churches develop their own way of ministering to men rather than a prescribing a plan that supposedly fits all.
Pastor MichaelHouston, TXAge: 45-54Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Stresses the need for churches to disciple men.June 29, 2011Pastor MichaelHouston, TXAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Great book filled with helpful information to motivate church leaders to understand the need and construction of a successful men's ministry. The author doesn't tell you too many specifics, but rather lays out a model and gives good solid "real life" examples. Great book for building a "lead team' of men.
C. Cogswell4 Stars Out Of 5June 7, 2008C. CogswellThis book really addresses the issue of how easy it is to miss the mark for a real discipleship ministry. It is refreshing to see a principle oriented book that makes the reader think how to apply these principles in the context of his own ministry. I intend to use this in my men's ministry and see if we can get the creative juices flowing for our men to be better at thinking strategically and engaging a true discipleship ministry.C.C.