Brian Tome wanted his son's life to be different than his, so he became a student of men. What he learned was revolutionary, it changed his life. He doesn't want you or your kids to be just another boy victim, and that's why he wrote this book. And if you're already a man, you need some encouragement to keep doing what you're doing, because the world won't give it to you. You'll find all of that here.
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Drawing from his own experience and the lives of others, pastor Brian Tome calls on men to examine themselves and take steps in the direction of a fully realized manhood that respects women, elevates others, and works purposefully for an end greater than their own satisfaction or pleasure. It's time for men to step into their honorable place in the world and lean into a new reality--one defined by strength, purpose, and honor.
Mark 1: Men Have a Vision
- Boys are Shortsighted. Men Play the Long Game.
- Boys Live today. Men think long term.
- Boys Drift. Men Focus.
- Boys look for open Doors, Men Break through Barriers.
Mark 2: Men Take a Minority Position.
- Boys want to go with the Flow. Men are willing to stand against the Tide.
- Boys want to fit in. Men aren’t afraid to stand out.
- Boys are fractions. Men are whole.
- Boys Crave Independence. Men Embrace Interdependence.
Mark 3: Men are team Players
- Boys are Lone wolves. Men Run in Packs.
- Boys are passive. Men are Active.
- Boys Reject Authority. Men Respect Authority.
- Boys Hold back emotional expression. Men are affectionate.
- Boys make each other comfortable. Men make each other better.
- Boys tear each other down. Men build other.
- Boys live to play. Men play to live.
Mark 4: Men work
- Boys don’t want to work. Men work.
- Boys work to stake Claims. Men Work to experience God.
- Boys Act to serve themselves. Men work to serve others.
- Boys consume. Men Produce.
Mark 5: Men are Protectors
- Boys are predators. Men are Protectors.
- Boys want their pleasure today. Men think about a woman’s tomorrow.
- Boys Coast. Men keep pushing themselves.
- Boys spend to zero on themselves. Men achieve financial Health so they can give.
- Boys passively watch other’s spirituality. Men proactively lead others to true Spirituality.