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What does it mean to be a Christian man? Why are we so disordered? How do we improve the relationships in our lives, as husbands, fathers, and friends?

“No Christian ever led a vibrant, obedient life on his own. There are no successful Lone Ranger Christians” - Patrick Morley

As Iron sharpens Iron, so one man sharpens another. Proverbs 27:17

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Raising a Modern Day Knight – Robert Lewis *

A Christian definition of what it means to be a man and a process on how to father and celebrate our young men’s transitions from boyhood into manhood. Focus on ceremony and involvement of other men.

Wild at Heart – John Eldridge *

Discovery of God’s design of men’s souls, made for adventure, a woman to save, to prove they have what it takes, to forgive the wounds, to find his faith.

Fire in the Belly – Sam Keen

Re-examining traditional definitions of men and addressing modern issues of men’s spirituality and virtues to better define masculinity.

Velvet & Steel – John Ream

Practical instruction for being a responsible, masculine, Christ-led disciple, husband and father. Honest accountabilities and foundations for loving, protecting, and setting examples for our family.

Captivating – Stasi Eldridge

Written for a woman, as Wild at Heart is for a man. This book provides desperately needed insights for men to understand women and the unique challenges in their lives.

Strong Fathers Strong Daughters- Meg Meeker MD *

Pediatrician Dr. Meg Meeker shares her insights on what girls experience growing up in today's culture, and the profound impact we fathers can have in helping our daughters become strong confident women. A must read for bonding and positively shaping your daughters life.

What a Daughter Needs from her Dad – Michael Farris

Helpful advice on how to build your daughter’s character and how to be the father your daughter will always need.

Spiritual Friendship – Aelred of Rievaulx

Written by a Cistercian monk based upon meditations on the works of Cicero. A classic and artistically written book on the virtue of true friendship, its approximation of our relationship with Christ and the special gift of friendship with men of God.

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