Men's Resources

  • “Disciplines of a Godly Man”  R. Kent Hughes – Book & Study Guide.  (Our churches and homes need men willing to follow the path of godliness no matter what the cost. Disciplines of a Godly Man has been speaking to the hearts of men since 1991, and its words are still relevant. Using engaging illustrations, scriptural wisdom, and practical suggestions for daily life, Hughes offers frank biblical discussion on major areas of Christian manhood, including family, godliness, leadership, and ministry)    http://www.christianbook.com/disciplines-of-a-godly-man/r-hughes/9781581347586/pd/347588?event=ESRCG
  • “Fearless”  Max Lucado – Study Book & DVD  (Finding freedom from your fears is easier than you think. Let Max Lucado help you or your small group explore and find a spiritual solution to the growing minefield of fear. What if faith, not fear, was your default reaction to threats? In these six DVD sessions, Fearless addresses some of your biggest fears and shows you how the solution may be easier than you think)   http://www.churchsource.com/fearless-dvd-based-study
  • “Hedges”  Jerry B. Jenkins – Book, Study Guide & DVD.  (In a culture that minimizes infidelity and its devastating effects, best-selling author Jerry Jenkins gives strong but practical advice: plant preventive hedges around your marriage. You will face many enemies, but there is a way to deal with sexual temptation long before it occurs – and to stay faithful for life. Revised edition. Includes a 90-minute DVD message from the author and a new study guide for group and personal use. A Focus on the Family Recommendation)   http://www.christianbook.com/hedges-loving-your-marriage-enough-protect/jerry-jenkins/9781581346640/pd/46641?event=ESRCG
  • “Kingdom Men”  Tony Evans – Book, Study Guide & DVD.   (6-session Bible study for adult men by Dr. Tony Evans. This study is designed to empower men to exercise the God-given dominion they were created for by giving them a Kingdom understanding, vision, and perspective on their identity and responsibilities along with practical steps on how to become a man who rules his world well. The Member Book contains individual study for five days a week, including content to read and learning activities to help men apply the principles to their lives)    http://www.christianbook.com/kingdom-every-destiny-womans-dream-member/tony-evans/9781415870044/pd/870042?event=ESRCG
  • “Man to Man”  Charles R. Swindoll – Book  (Today men hear dozens of conflicting voices telling them how to be men. They’re told to go out and beat the tribal drums or become sensitive New Age followers or dig deep into their psyches to find the macho warrior within. It all sounds good on paper, but it isn’t so helpful when it comes to living authentic lives. Man to Man talks about real issues, real feelings, real life — connecting with the felt needs of men right now where they live and work. This down-to-earth collection of insights from Chuck Swindoll offers practical inspiration for the working man, the single man, the husband, the father, the son — any man who wants to live well and enjoy life to the fullest)   http://www.churchsource.com/man-to-man
  • “Men’s Fraternity”  Robert M. Lewis – Book & DVD.  (24-Sessions.   The first of the series, this study leads men along a journey toward real biblical masculinity while fostering deep spiritual, emotional, and personal growth. This study also takes a man inside himself to consider the forces that are shaping – or misshaping – his personal manhood. Men’s Fraternity is designed to bring Christian men together in a safe, comfortable setting where they can learn the true, biblical meaning of manhood and honestly share their challenges and concerns)   http://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/productitem_no=822937&product_redirect=1&Ntt=822937&item_code=&Ntk=keywords&event=ESRCP
  • “The Catalyst Leader”  Brad Lomenick – Book, Leader Guide, Study Guide & DVD – (“Your legacy, regardless of where you are in your leadership journey, starts now.  Leading well now means finishing well later.” – Brad Lomenick  We need great leaders.  More than ever we need authentic, collaborative, inspiring men and women of integrity at the helm of society- and too often our leaders fall short.  Some focus on personal success, alienating those they lead.  Others shift their principles when it is convenient.  There is a better way.  You can energize and inspire the people around you.  You can equip a team of principled collaborators to answer God’s calling.  You can be a catalyst leader)    http://www.churchsource.com/the-catalyst-leader
  • “The Man in the Mirror”  Patrick Morley – Book.  (This powerful book invites men to take a probing look at their identities, relationships, finances, time, temperament, and integrity, and then directs them to take the first time step toward lasting change)    http://www.churchsource.com/the-man-in-the-mirror-1
  • “Twelve Ordinary Men”  John MacArthur – Book & Workbook.  (Contrary to popular belief, we do not have to be perfect to do God’s work. Look no further than the twelve disciples whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament. Jesus chose ordinary men – fisherman, tax collectors, political zealots – and turned their weakness into strength, producing greatness from utter uselessness. Join John MacArthur as he draws principles from Christ’s careful, hands-on training of the original twelve disciples for today’s modern disciple – you!)   http://www.christianbook.com/twelve-ordinary-men-john-macarthur/
  • “When Men Think Private Thoughts”  Gordon MacDonald – Book.  (Gordon MacDonald explores questions men ask about measuring up to what they ultimately want to become in their quiet times. In When Men Think Private Thoughts,MacDonald offers insights and encouragement as he discusses topics that often define a man’s life such as identity, masculinity, relationships, and spirituality)   http://www.churchsource.com/when-men-think-private-thoughts
  • “Wild at Heart”  John Eldredge – Book, Study Guide & DVD – (Walk into most churches, have a look around, and ask yourself: What is a Christian man?  Without listening to what is said, look at what you find there. Most Christian men are . . . bored.  John Eldredge invites men to recover their masculine heart, defined in the image of a passionate God. And he invites women to discover the secret of a man’s soul and to delight in the strength and wildness men were created to offer)     http://www.churchsource.com/wild-at-heart