Men---are you quick to form an ever-expanding collection of "buddies," but never develop any close friendships? Helping you reorganize your thoughts and revolutionize your relationships, Swanberg and Smith reveal how to establish priorities, make plans, diagnose difficulties, make midcourse corrections, and achieve the positive results you desire---and God intends. 208 pages, softcover from Worthy.
We men are so predictable. As a way of avoiding even the most remote possibility of authentic relationships, most of us are quick to form a complex web of surface-level friendships, an ever-expanding collection of "buddies." Yet we never manage to develop even one really close friendship. The Man Code is a powerful tool to help men reorganize their thoughts and revolutionize their lives by learning to form meaningful relationships, starting with God and branching out from there. The code is 1, 3, 12, 120, 3000, and by mastering the relationships these five numbers represent, men will establish the right priorities, make the right plans, diagnose unforeseen difficulties, make mid-course corrections and achieve the positive results that they desire and God intends.
Dennis Swanberg served the local church in pastoral ministry for 23 years. Then, in 1995, Dennis took a leap of faith when he stepped down as church pastor and stepped up to the microphone. Soon, Swan became "Americas Minister of Encouragement," speaking to about 150 churches and organizations every year. He has hosted two successful TV series, authored eight books, and created over a dozen DVDs. Dennis is a graduate of Baylor University. He earned both a Master of Divinity and a Doctor of Ministry at Southwestern Seminary. He is married, has two grown sons, and lives in Monroe, Louisiana.
Ron Smith has co-written several books and published hundreds more as co- founder/publisher of Freeman Smith, an imprint of Worthy Publishing.