Better Men: On the Path to Purity

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W. Terry Whalin, 1997 - 168 pages
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Millions of men have attended gatherings such as the Promise Keeper rallies or the Million Man March in Washington, D.C. A deep hunger is stirring among American men -- a hunger to live lives of integrity, honor, and faithfulness; to reconcile their faith with the way they live.

Listen Up! speaks to that need. Written by one of the behind-the-scenes leaders in the Promise Keepers movement, this guide to spiritual maturity draws on the Seven Promises of a Promise Keeper as the foundation for becoming more godly husbands, fathers, and men. But the author also brings a whole new perspective as an African American pastor addressing racial reconciliation among blacks and whites and minorities.

Bishop Porter illustrates the concepts with stories of his experiences from over thirty years of pastoring, and from his work to help build a truly inclusive men's movement that breaks down the barriers of denominationalism and racism and reflects God's ideal for mankind on earth. As a dynamic leader of one of the most popular men's movements in history, Bishop Porter offers insights that few can match.

Listen Up! is solidly biblical, encouragingly practical. It reinforces the key message of the Promise Keepers covenant, helping men step up to the challenges of living out God's call to purity and holiness in their relationships.

This book will change the lives of men as they reach across barriers of race and culture and say, "If you are in Christ, you are my brother".


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Foreword by Bill McCartney
A Search for True Spirituality
The Root of the Problem
Dont Go It Alone
Behave Yourself
Be the Guardian of Your Home
Love the Church
When Will People Work Together?
One Man Can Make a Difference in His World
The Most Important Path

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