Did your father ever talk to you helpfully about girls and sexuality? When you became a father, did he give you any comfort, support, encouragement, or helpful advice? If you answered No, you're among up to 95% of men today.
When a man doesn't get what he needs from Dad in order to be a man, he feels ashamed—and angry. If he doesn't know that Jesus came to bring him and all men to "the Father from whom all fatherhood in heaven and on earth receives its true name," (Eophes. 3:17), he wanders aimlessly in search of manhood.
It's hard for him to find his career fit, to commit to a woman in marriage, bond in healthy relationship with other men, and feel competent as a dad himself. Often, he falls prey to addictions, casual sex, performance oriented religion, and a host of counterfeits to cover his shame.
If you're ready to get real with yourself and with God, to face what you didn't get from Dad, and go to your true Father to get it, this book is for you.
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- A little boy cries from his father's wounds; a real man cries for his father's wounds
- Knowing your father is more important than getting his apology.
- The finest woman's best is not good enough to usher a boy into manhood.
- Whenever a man runs from the truth, others pay for it.
- "Jesus, show me my dad the way you see him."
- Have you ever said to another man,"I need you"?
- Most men don't want to be healed—at least, not as badly as we want to cover our shame.
- A spiritual bond is formed through sexual intercourse.
*A man meets Father God not by striving after righteousness,
but only by confessing brokenness.
- The opposite of de-pression is ex-pression.
- Religion is a crutch; Jesus is new legs.
- The man who curses his father curses his own manhood.
- "I'm proud of you, son!"
- "We wanted men to get sensitive" she said,"but we didn't want them to get passive. What happened?"