Manhood Restored: How the Gospel Makes Men Whole (Member Book)

Manhood Restored: How the Gospel Makes Men Whole (Member Book)
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Year: LifeWay, 2013
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About this Bible Study:

Manhood Restored: How the Gospel Makes Men Whole - Study Guide includes a small-group experience for six sessions, individual study, applicable Scripture, and a group discussion guide. This men's Bible study is designed to foster personal spiritual growth through individual time spent with the content. Manhood will always be in crisis until Jesus returns. But in Christ, men can be restored with ever increasing glory into the undefiled image of God. This six-session study leads men on a journey through masculinity, with Bible-study sessions on the problems men face, God's solutions, and the restorations of worldview, sexuality, vision, and family.

Although this study is theologically rich, it also has very practical components to give men the beginning steps to walk in gospel-centered manhood, including individual journaling exercises and personal interviews and testimonials included on the video.

Features:

  • Personal study segments
  • Provocative questions, scriptural support and text, application, and preparation

Author:

Dr. Eric Mason is the co-founder and lead pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia. He is known for articulating and proclaiming the gospel with clarity, passion, and authority at churches and conferences nationally. In addition to his role at Epiphany Fellowship, Eric serves as the president of Thriving, a ministry dedicated to aiding ethnic minorities to be resourced and trained for ministry to the urban context. Dr. Mason received his Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary as well as a Doctorate degree (Ministry in Complex Urban Settings) from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

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