The Need For Biblical Masculinity | Ep. 64

“Godly men reject passivity, accept responsibility, and lead courageously.”

Our society desperately needs Christian men to recover a right understanding of Biblical masculinity so that they can strengthen our homes, communities, and our society as a whole as God intended.

Despite the damaging effects that stem from a failure of men to accept responsibility and to love and lead their families as they are called to, our culture encourages prolonged adolescence, provides few helpful role models, and discourages men from fulfilling their God-given roles.

Unfortunately the church has often not done a great job at instilling true biblical masculinity — either failing to give it proper attention or doing little more than creating ‘manly’ social clubs or offering an occasional men’s retreat. There is much more work to do to recover a right understanding of what it means to be a godly man, husband, and father.

On this episode we speak with Jeremy Stalnecker about Biblical masculinity. Jeremy is a former Marine Corps infantry officer and is an author, speaker, and the CEO of the Mighty Oaks Foundation, which works with military veterans and others overcoming PTSD.

During our conversation we will define Biblical masculinity, examine the ways in which unhealthy views of manhood have negatively impacted our society, and discuss how we can recover a right understanding of godly masculinity and pass it on to the next generation.

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Meet Our Guest

Jeremy Stalnecker served as an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps and is the CEO and co-founder of the Mighty Oaks Foundation, and organization, which is dedicated to helping military veterans, first responders, and their families who are suffering from unseen wounds such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. He’s also a writer, speaker, and frequent guest on several news networks. You can learn more about him and his work at JeremyStalnecker.com.

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