“Act like a man” they say. “Be a man” she says. “Take it like a man” he says. What does it all mean? Who gets to define what it means to be a “man?” The timeless truth about what it means to be a man has to come from something bigger than our cultural trends and changing societal norms. The days of the limited archetypes inferring aspects of manhood while simultaneously clinging to boy-like sensations and motivations, are over. Manhood isn’t a tool used to rule over people and spaces. Manhood is also not a cloak wreaking of excuses and passivity. It would seem that the one most fully capable of explaining and restoring true biblical manhood is God. And if we’ll search for it, his word has much to say about what biblical manhood actually is.
So join us this month as we get dirty; digging out God’s original intention for all men, no matter the type, shape, style, race, or age. Let’s figure out the “Man-Laws” together.