I’d be willing to bet that many of us have never fully understood who Jesus really was when he walked this earth. There are so many outside forces that can distort our view of the real Jesus.
Don’t think for a moment that the controversial Gillette commercial is attempting to redefine masculinity. I doubt that Proctor & Gamble executives met to discuss their part in helping guide the cultural attempt to construct its perfect man. As with most corporations, market share, growth, and bottom lines dictate high-level conversations. But maybe with threats […]
God has “hard-wired” men to create and cultivate. I believe at the core of a man’s heart he must be creating and taking initiative for the benefit of others to feel a sense of significance, meaning, purpose, and fulfillment. As we covered extensively in Session Two, God models creation and cultivation as early as Genesis […]
“Sometimes what a man needs to see is another man just stand against the undercurrent of culture. It’s the apologetics of standing.” When my South African friend uttered those words, I got Mini Cooper sized goosebumps down my arms. It reminded me of a scene in Batman Begins when Bruce Wayne enters the cave that housed his […]
Significant things have a significant cost. Manhood is not achieved without some sort of price to pay. Every time a man grows his King or Warrior Face, he is growing courageously and using a righteous energy. The Price of the King Face Think about the King Face and how it relates to relationships between men. […]
It was the catch phrase used by James “Clubber” Lang in Rocky III. Sylvester Stallone created the character as the primary antagonist of the film. Clubber Lang was played by Lawrence Tureaud, popularly known as Mr. T. I Pity the Fool became a short-lived American reality television series starring Mr. T, originally airing on TV […]