A man is only as good as his character. Pastor Crawford Loritts, talks about the qualities that make up a man's character: personal habits, leadership in the home, and spiritual health.
What is a real man, and what does he do? Pastor Crawford Loritts confides that being a man is a choice, and that a man must always resist the urge to be passive.
According to William Bennett, the Latin term for father is "pater," which means "the one who shows up and takes responsibility."
William Bennett, a father of two sons and author of the book, "The Book of Man," reminds listeners that boys are moral and spiritual beings, and if we forget this, we've lost the key to raising and educating them.
A boy without a father is like an explorer without a map. William Bennett, former Secretary of Education under Ronald Reagan, addresses manhood in today's culture and reflects on his own boyhood and the men who influenced him.
Pastor Voddie Baucham shares four areas where men should lead their families: evangelism and the fallen nature of children, marriage enrichment, discipleship and discipline, and lifestyle evaluation.
For a man to lead his family spiritually, he needs to continue to point them to the gospel. Pastor Voddie Baucham explains why this focus is important.