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It’s Good to Be a Man: A Handbook for Godly Masculinity

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It’s Good to Be a Man: A Handbook for Godly Masculinity is a compendium of helpful tips, tricks, and guidelines for men who want to be better at being men. In this book you’ll learn about how to:

-Be a good husband and father

-Understand your God-given role as a man

-Live out your faith in Christ in the workplace and beyond

-Be a leader in your home and community

With chapters on everything from the Bible verses that define masculinity to how to train yourself physically and spiritually, It’s Good to Be a Man will provide any man looking for answers with the guidance he needs to live out his masculinity in all areas of life.

about It’s Good to Be a Man: A Handbook for Godly Masculinity

It’s Good to Be a Man: A Handbook for Godly Masculinity is a book written by Carl Lentz, the pastor of Hillsong Church New York. The book is a guide for men who want to become better at being men. It gives them practical advice on how to be better husbands, fathers, and sons.

The goal of this book is to provide men with the tools they need to make their lives more fulfilling and meaningful. It teaches men how to be better husbands and fathers by helping them understand what it means to be good leaders in their families. The author believes that when men take charge of their families, they can make them stronger and more loving places where other people will want to spend time with them because they are good people who love others deeply. He also wants men to learn how they can become better leaders in society so that they can help others through difficult times like war or economic depression without feeling overwhelmed by all the responsibilities that come along with being responsible for other people’s lives as well as their own lives (which can be pretty stressful sometimes).

The author believes that if you follow these guidelines then you will have an easier time finding happiness in your life because you’ll feel like someone important (even though we’re all equally important).

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