4 Reminders For Men Who Love God
Rhett Smith is a marriage and family therapist who has seen men of God torn between culture's interpretations of masculinity. Should they be manly-men or artistic-sensitive types? Is there a place for masculinity beyond (or between) these two definitions?...
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Rhett Smith is a marriage and family therapist who has seen men of God torn between culture's interpretations of masculinity. Should they be manly-men or artistic-sensitive types? Is there a place for masculinity beyond (or between) these two definitions?
Yes, there is. There is a place near God for those who love Him. For men tired of fighting culture's definitions, Rhett offers four reminders that will revive the life, families, and work of men seeking God:
Reminder #1: Take care of yourself.
Reminder #2: Find community.
Reminder #3: Be ready to act.
Reminder #4: Remember the work you love.
Each reminder comes with thoughtful explanations and encouragement, along with a challenge to bring the reminder into practice. This piece is taken from Rhett's book, What It Means to Be a Man: God's Design in a World Full of Extremes, and is perfect for a few weeks of discussion at a men's Bible study or small group.
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<DIV><b>RHETT SMITH</b> is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in private practice at Auxano Counseling in Plano, TX. He is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary (MDiv, MSMFT) and former college pastor at Bel Air Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. Rhett has a passion for helping people navigate significant areas of transition in their lives such as parenting, marriage, and the adolescent to young adult journey. He also serves on staff at The Hideaway Experience in Amarillo, TX where he helps couples work towards having great marriages. Rhett lives in Frisco, TX with his wife Heather and their two children. You can find out more about Rhett at his blog <a href="http://www.rhettsmith.com" target="_blank">www.rhettsmith.com</a> or his counseling practice <a href="http://www.rhettsmithcounseling.com" target="_blank">www.rhettsmithcounseling.com</a></DIV>
- <div> <p>rhett Smith Is A Marriage And Family Therapist Who Has Seen Men Of God Torn Between Culture's Interpretations Of Masculinity. Should They Be Manly-men Or Artistic-sensitive Types? Is There A Place For Masculinity Beyond (or Between) These Two Definitions?</p> <p>yes, There Is. There Is A Place Near God For Those Who Love Him. For Men Tired Of Fighting Culture's Definitions, Rhett Offers Four Reminders That Will Revive The Life, Families, And Work Of Men Seeking God:</p> <p>reminder #1: Take Care Of Yourself.<br> Reminder #2: Find Community.<br> Reminder #3: Be Ready To Act.<br> Reminder #4: Remember The Work You Love.</p> <p>each Reminder Comes With Thoughtful Explanations And Encouragement, Along With A Challenge To Bring The Reminder Into Practice. This Piece Is Taken From Rhett's Book, <i>what It Means To Be A Man: God's Design In A World Full Of Extremes</i>, And Is Perfect For A Few Weeks Of Discussion At A Men's Bible Study Or Small Group.</p> <p><b>moody Collective Portions</b> Are Short Pieces Of Content Taken From Our Full-length Books. Our Goal Is To Introduce Our Readers To A Complete Idea In A Brief, Concise, And Inexpensive Format. Most Portions Will Take About 20 Minutes To Read.</p> </div>