The Five Marks of a Man
A boy doesn't automatically become a man at age 18. What differentiates a man from a boy is the way he lives. A man has a vision for his life while a boy lives day to day. A man is...
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A boy doesn't automatically become a man at age 18. What differentiates a man from a boy is the way he lives. A man has a vision for his life while a boy lives day to day. A man is a team player while a boy wants to be MVP. A man works while a boy plays. A man has the courage to take a minority position while a boy wants the reassurance of the crowd. A man is a protector while a boy is a predator. These are the five marks of a man. It's not enough to just know them. A real man aggressively pursues them on a daily basis.
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 honors God, 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.
In 1995, a group of Cincinnatians felt a need. They wanted a great environment for friends to explore questions about God without pretending they had it all together. They needed a pastor and asked Brian Tome to move from Pittsburgh and to lead their effort. The result was Crossroads Church, which now hosts over 12,000 people each weekend, many of them new believers. Brian and his wife Libby have three children. Brian Tome has authored Belleza al minuto; Free Book; Free Book - Study Guide and Welcome to the Revolution: A Field Guide For New Believers
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