The Leadership Team

Steve Snider


Every team needs a coach, for Authentic Manhood, that’s Steve Snider. When not working on creating new Authentic Manhood resources or working out at D1 Sports Training, you can find him with his beautiful wife, Beth.

Sadie Gregory

Authentic Manhood Assistant

Sadie is here to assist you with all your needs.  Her administrative skills and her attention to detail makes sure that nothing and no one falls through the cracks. She is here to help with any need from placing orders to answering an array of questions.

Sandra Frazier

Shipping Specialist

Sandra is in charge of shipping, returns and inventory. It is her job to ensure that she gets your orders in time and that they correct. When not working she enjoys spending time with her adult children, grandkids and husband.

Rachel Page

33 Project Manager

Serving as the liaison between all departments. She also helps manage our social media.

The Teaching Team

Tierce Green

Tierce Green has over 40 years of professional ministry experience, including over 25 years as a full-time speaker for conferences and retreats and 15 years of local church ministry. He served as a Student Pastor in a church of 1,200 and an Executive Pastor in a church of 12,000, where he led over a thousand men each week for seven years in a seasonal gathering called The Quest in The Woodlands, Texas.

His mission has always been to help men and women experience the full and meaningful life as promised by Jesus. Now, he has devoted his full time to speaking for events and coaching leaders using the Authentic Manhood content. Tierce is also creating new disciple-making resources freely available on the Good Feed Media App. Two of the featured series are Essentials For Life, an 8-session series for men and women, and Fight Club: Some Things Are Worth Fighting For, a 12-session series for men. Learn more at

Tierce and his wife, Dana, have been married since 1987. They have one daughter, Anna. 



Bryan Carter

Bryan Carter taught the original Men’s Fraternity curriculum to a group of more than 800 men over a three-year period at Concord Church. 

Bryan Carter is best known as a community leader, connector, thought leader, pastor, author and dynamic communicator.  He has served as the senior pastor of Concord Church in Dallas, TX,  since 2003.  He is  a passionate leader with a vision for inspiring people to grow to their full potential. 

Bryan Carter is committed to serving the city of Dallas and beyond through working toward city transformation, building stronger families, and economic development. He currently serves on the boards of Frost Bank Dallas Advisory Board, Mayor’s Star Council, and Family Life Ministries.

Bryan also serves as board chair for Harmony Community Development Corporation, an organization committed to improving the community of southern Dallas through building stronger families and economic development.  He also leads the African American Pastors Coalition, a fellowship of over sixty churches committed to serving and addressing key needs in the Dallas community, and co-leads Dallas Clergy, a fellowship of Dallas churches.  His past board service includes: Dallas Regional Chamber, Dallas Police Department Community Advisory Board, Mayor’s Taskforce Against Domestic Violence, Impact Dallas Capital, Dallas Habitat for Humanity, Dallas ISD Education Foundation, Leadership Network, and Mentoring Brother to Brother. 

Bryan leads with a focus on developing people.  He has served as co-presenter for “33: The Series” a curriculum on authentic manhood, a presenter for “The Art of Marriage” a curriculum on building strong marriages and author of “Made to Last: 8 Principles to Build Long-Lasting Relationships.”

Bryan is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education with a specialty in Science and Math.  He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, where he earned a Master of Arts in Christian Education with a specialty in Family Ministry.  He is a recipient of an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Dallas Baptist University.  Bryan is married to his college sweetheart, Stephanie, and has two daughters, Kaitlyn and Kennedy, and one son, Carson.

Some of Our Contributors

Eric Mason

Dr. Eric Mason lives in the heart of Philadelphia with Yvette and his three sons Immanuel, Nehemiah, and Ephraim. Dr. Mason is founder and lead pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia, PA. He is also, the founder and president of Thriving which is an urban ministry organization committed to training leaders for ministry in cities locally, nationally, and internationally. Eric earned his seminary degree from the Dallas Theological Seminary and a doctorate from Gordon Cromwell Theological Seminary. Dr. Mason is also the author of Manhood Restored and Beat God to the Punch. Also, Dr. Mason has contributed to multiple publications to serve the body of Christ.

Paul Tripp

Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor, event speaker, and a best-selling and award-winning author. With more than 30 books and video series on Christian living, Paul’s driving passion is to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life.



Tedashii is another leading light in the gospel rap movement. He came across many trials and tribulations throughout his childhood and that has impacted his unique and rugged dirty south-style rap portraying Jesus Christ.

Jefferson Bethke

Jefferson Bethke is a spoken-word artist and the author of New York Times bestseller Jesus > Religion. Bethke’s message connects at a heart level with an audience ranging from atheists to nationally recognized religious leaders. He lives in Maui, Hawaii.

Justin Buzzard

Justin Buzzard is founder and Lead Pastor of Garden City, a Life-giving church. Garden City exists to give Life—to be a counterculture to the pressure, loneliness, and consumerism of Silicon Valley. Buzzard’s books explore many themes: living a bigger story, experiencing abundant Life, cultivating true manhood, dating your wife, and shaping culture through cities. features shorter-formed writing from Justin, brief articles that help you navigate and lead in our new Wild West.

A 5th-generation Californian, Justin’s home is Silicon Valley, where he lives with his beautiful wife of 19 years, Taylor, their 3 sons, awesome neighbors, and a squad of friends. Justin is also co-founder of Three Sons Club. Justin received his B.A. in Communication Studies from Westmont College in 2000, and his M.Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary in 2005.

Dhati Lewis

Dhati is the Lead Pastor at Blueprint Church in Atlanta, GA. Dhati, born and raised in California, moved to Texas for his undergraduate studies at the University of North Texas and his graduate studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (Master of Arts in Cross Cultural Ministries). He has been a part of planting several churches in cities across the country and continues to train scores of leaders to this end. Dhati is married to Angie Lewis and they have six beautiful children.

Matt Patrick

Matt Patrick is the lead pastor of The Well Church in Boulder, CO. Before planting The Well Church, Matt helped replant a mountain town church. He has been married for 5 years and has a daughter and a son on the way. He has lived in Colorado most of his adult life and has a passion to raise up and train church planters all throughout the Rocky Mountains.

Matt Chandler

Matt Chandler is the lead pastor of teaching at The Village Church in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and the president of Acts 29. He has authored several books, including Take HeartMingling of SoulsRecovering RedemptionTo Live Is Christ to Die Is GainCreature of the WordThe Explicit Gospel, and Joy in the Sorrow. Matt and his wife, Lauren, live with their three children—Audrey, Reid, and Norah—in Highland Village, Texas.


Before the Grammys, before releasing the #1 Album in the country (Anomaly, 2014), Lecrae dropped arguable the most seminal project in his catalog, Church Clothes. XXL said, “It’s impressive how he’s able to deliver a message without being preachy”, calling Church Clothes “a prime example of the reach of hip-hop music and culture.” The people spoke even louder downloading the project 100,000 times in 48 hours. People rocked with the mixtape because it was the first time someone planted their feet simultaneously in the streets and the Church without compromising.

10 years and two more entries later (CC2, and CC3), it becomes crystal clear that while Lecrae didn’t start Christian Hip-Hop (CHH), it’s his lane. In the 10 years since Church Clothes originally dropped no one has been able to keep a consistent focus on sincere Christianity and authentic Hip-Hop representation while enjoying the heights and enduring the lows like Crae.

On Church Clothes 4, the mission remains the same for rapper, CEO, New York Times Best-Selling author, investor, and activist: To represent faith and Hip-Hop with an Unashamed edge that challenges the Church to live up to its potential and encourages the Culture to reconcile with its Savior. In this entry, Lecrae gives his listeners an opportunity to see what it looks like to reconstruct a vision of faith despite the large-scale shift toward mistrust and disillusionment with Christianity in the wake of America’s racial tensions.