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Eric Redmond: Where Are All the Brothers?

 

Look around in your local church. How many men and older boys are there? What are your men and soon-to-be-leaders doing for the Kingdom? If you don’t like the answers to those questions, Where Are All The Brothers? is a good starting place for you.

“Day 3: Isn’t The Church Geared Toward Women?” most likely jumps to a core issue. How do men regain stature and authority in the church without becoming women-hating bullies? What is the church doing that discourages not just the lost, but our own sons and brothers?

Even men of stature and maturity occasionally wonder why their church membership is so strongly feminine. There is a difference between pandering to the weak and making the Gospel available to the lost. This book points in the direction of winning men and their families .

How can the church create an environment that draws men and enables then to become strong vibrant Christians? Of course, the church must still value and comfort women, old and new. Any pastor who successfully (or even partially) answers those questions will have to struggle with an explosively growing local church. Is that Pastor you?

Reviewed by Kirk Hunt

 

Publisher’s page: http://www.crossway.org/books/where-are-all-the-brothers-tpb/

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Category: Ministry, Winter 2009

About the Author: Kirk Wesley Hunt, MBA, is a minister at Tucson Church International in Tucson Arizona. He is the author of Soldiers Of The Kingdom: Reclaiming the World for God (CadreMen Press, 2002) and Blessed and Blessing: Devotionals for Gospel Champions (CadreMen Press, 2015). He publishes a weekly devotional at: devotionals.cadremenpress.com.

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