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Be Watchful, Stand Firm, Lead, Love

Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.  Let all that you do be done in love.

1 Corinthians 16:13-14

Men Stepping Up

A call to courageous manhood

One of the most powerful men's resources out today is Stepping Up from FamilyLife. The material is available in two versions,

• A one-day event;

• a 10-week small group series.

Both versions present authoritative teaching, hard-hitting testimonies and humorous vignettes.


Stepping Up - One-Day Event

Four sessions that focus on

   • defining manhood,

• living courageously,

• building a life of faith, and

• stepping up to lead.

For more information, or a video preview, go to

Stepping Up - 10-Week Small Group Kit

This series will appeal to your military audience!

• The first session opens with the reenactment of the heroism of  Medal of Honor recipient Red" Irwin high above the Pacific in WWII.

• Another session visits the HonorGuard at the Tomb of the Unknowns.

Join Eric Metaxes, Tony Dungy, Bill Bennett, and former Green Beret and pastor Stu Weber, plus many others to gain a better understanding of the meaning of real manhood in today's world.

 To learn more about the video series, go to

Leading Your Family - Great Books for Men

Disciplines of a Godly Man by Kent Hughes

Every Man’s Battle by Stephen Arterburn

For Men Only by Shaunti Feldhahn

Four Pillars of a Man’s Heart by Stu Weber

Man to Man by Charles Swindoll

Point Man: How a Man Can Lead His Family by Steve Farrar

Rise Up! For Dads Who Want to Lead Boldly by Dr. Rob Otto

“This book by a well-trained U.S. Army Ranger can help train you for the most demandingand most rewarding mission of your life. It’s a job far too many Christian men neglect, to the peril of their family…for generations to come! In Rise Up! For Men Who Want to Lead Boldly, Robert points you to Christ and to the work He is ready to do in your family, a work that calls you up to lead. You can do it! What you will find on the pages of this book will both encourage and challenge you. At times, you’ll have to set the book down and think about it a while. Chew on it. Mull it over. Pray for God’s hand on your life and leadership. He never gives stones when His kids ask for bread. He will hear you!”

                Stu Weber – dad, grandpa, pastor and author


The Man in the Mirror by Patrick Morley

Wild at Heart by John Eldredge

Leading Others

Hand Me Another Brick by Charles Swindoll

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the task at hand?  Join Pastor and former Marine Chuck Swindoll as he leads you through this definitive study on biblical leadership from the book of Nehemiah.

The DNA of LEADERSHIP by Brigadier General Dick Abel

 In The DNA of Leadership Dick Abel has given us a concise but meaningful discussion of the attributes, challenges, and rewards of being a principled and effective leader.

Vector Corrector -- Is Your Character on Autopilot?
                                                     by Brigadier General Dick Abel

In Vector Corrector, General Abel collects the wisdom of many great thinkers in business, politics, and popular culture together into one book. Using these bits of advice, we can compare our progress to the ideal, and learn to make choices that will make us better leaders as well as better human beings.


The Proverbs 31 Man

You’ve probably read about the Proverbs 31 Wife—but what about her husband?  Read more . . . .

Rise Up! For Dads Who Want to Lead Boldly

“How can I best care for my family?"

Want guidance on how to be the spiritual leader in your family?  Here it is!  Rise Up is written by a (former) Army Ranger, Rob Otto. This book leads you to consider reading through the Bible, a chapter a day, with your family, and gives you good reasons for pursuing this path.  Read more . . .

The Marriage Code of Conduct

You know the military code of conduct. Read this for the marriage code of conduct for a husband.   Read more . . . .

Psalm 91--"The Warrior's Psalm"

The great warrior-king, David, gave us Psalm 91 and its truths still apply to warriors today.  Read more . . . .

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