Top 6 Blog Posts of 2016

by Authentic Manhood

Top 6 Blog Posts of 2016

Revisit our most popular blog posts from 2016. You’ll find helpful articles on subjects like fatherhood, connecting with other men, and even sex. To make sure you don’t miss any of these, we’ve pulled together the six most popular blog posts of the year to help men live lives of truth, passion and purpose. Enjoy the journey!

10 Ideas for a Men's Road Trip#6.  10 Ideas for a Men’s Road Trip

Nothing gets men fired up like time away from the rigors of daily demands or bonds them more closely than through shared experiences. With that in mind, here are 10 recommendations for a brief but memorable road trip that won’t break the bank.

 

Fathering a Boy's Heart - Part 2#5.  Fathering a Boy’s Heart – Part 2

No matter how you slice it, a father’s relationship with his son goes a long way toward defining a boy’s masculinity and shaping our world. There is no weightier title a man can bear than father—not CEO, not coach, not president, not husband.

 

In Search of the Secret Switch#4.  In Search of the Secret Switch

Understanding and being aware of these three different ways to connect with your wife is both perspective-changing and encouraging as you are freed to connect with her in different ways.

 

#3.  Fathering a Boy’s Heart – Part 1

There is no such thing as a self-made man—there are self-made survivors. No boy becomes a noble man of character on his own. He needs the help of engaged, older men (ideally his father).

 

Responding to Israel Houghton (and Other Leaders Who Fall)#2.  Responding to Israel Houghton (and Other Leaders Who Fall)

How should we respond to the moral failings of Israel and other leaders? Should we join the crowd of stone throwers? How we respond will reveal our arrogance and pride or our understanding God’s grace, mercy, and judgment.

 

 #Why Daughters Need Their Dads1.  Why Daughters Need Their Dads

Men, we need you. We—mothers, daughters, and sisters—need your help to raise healthy young women. We need every ounce of masculine courage and wit you own because fathers, more than anyone else, set the course for a daughter’s life.

 

 

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