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Product NamePastoring Men: What Works, What Doesn't, And Why It Matters Now More Than Ever
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Short DescriptionHeight:9.21 inches / Length:6.3 inches / Weight:1.19 pounds / Width:0.87 inches
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AuthorPatrick Morley
Page Count256
Long DescriptionWhat would happen if every pastor in America shared the vision to disciple every man in his church—can you imagine? No man falls on purpose, yet our culture is suffering from the fallout of the "men problem." Increasingly men are living autonomous and unexamined lives, getting caught up in the frenzy of life, and becoming satisfied with tasteless and powerless Christianity. Now, more than ever, men need unapologetic guidance and strong discipleship. Here's the place to start. In Pastoring Men, Patrick Morley explains proven and practical strategies for discipleship, equipping pastors to effectively reach and disciple all of the men they shepherd. This book will teach you: The state of men in your church—how they are doing, what they want, what keeps them from getting what they want, and what they need, The essential factors for successfully discipling men, A concrete, sustainable strategy to help you organize your passion for men's discipleship without a lot of new programming. Read and apply Pastoring Men and see men, their families, and your church thrive.
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