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Government leaders push anger and drive people mad with crazy decisions…; Illegals; mental illness; anti-family Dave from Massachusetts asks if Jesse believes in the afterlife. Jamil from Germany wonders why God didn't start over with the world. —- Lawless USA…; man with pickaxe; taco stand lady. Tim from St. Paul, Minnesota says he was raised to believe Jesus was not God. Martin from California has a question about forgiveness.
There are those who talk a big game... And then there are those who get S### done! Ashanti Branch is one of those who would rather let his actions be so deafening that his words aren't necessary. That's how much impact Ashanti Branch is having on the lives of young boys and men who find themselves disconnected from their emotions. Ashanti combines his 20-year education background with his experiences growing up with a single mother in an urban environment where the only rites of passage were modeled through gang initiations to help marginalized communities raise healthier and more emotionally mature men. Key takeaways from this episode: Regardless of how much self "work" you have done, we all have masks.How our masks may have served us at some point even if they no longer do.Brandon's current challenges with being an expectant father and how his mask is turning up. Loved Ashanti? Here Is How To Find Out More: Website: http://everforwardclub.org1 Million Masks Challenge: Submit Your MaskAshanti's Ted Talk: Watch HereTaking Off The Mask Podcast: Listen HereAdditional ResourcesSubscribe/Rate/Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HERE
Culture typically identifies manhood with a big ego, peak fitness, and success. But Scripture calls Christian men to an entirely different definition of manhood. In this episode Costi Hinn interviews NFL veteran and Super Bowl champ, Heath Evans, and fitness business entrepreneur, Chris DeMarchais, about what it looks like to be a Christian man in today's culture. Both Heath and Chris open up about how they have faced sin, and what sacrifice and humility have to do with real manhood.
The youth of today are dealing with issues that we never dealt with; we are raising a generation of children who are exposed to everything. I say that our community needs to take the leadership role in molding and shaping our youth so they can become productive adults, who understand how to be leaders in their homes, communities, and workplaces. The issue is not “what do they know '' but rather “what do they know how to do” when it comes to being a man or woman.
Hey guys, welcome back to another podcast on the SELF-DVLPD Podcast! In this one I speak of summer energy, changing gears and becoming the kings we are. I hope this podcast is able to help and with that said I will catch you all in the next one, cheers! :)
In this episode of The Rise Of The Real Podcast, Coach Pat (@coachprogresspat) Sits down with Coach Montavious Coleman (Head Strength & Conditioning Coach at Southwest DeKalb High School) to have a Conversation about:The importance of black male educatorsHow to live comfortably off of a teacher's salarySteps for you to get into the field of educationFollow us on IG: @theriseofthereal @coachprogresspat @coach1coleman
Greg from Florida… Jesse comments on Revolver (2005)… —- Shane from Newfoundland, Canada speaks on the Wanda Sykes clip we played. Steven from California says Jesse disparages blacks and had a psychological hangup.
Without Taylor Wilkins, this show wouldn't exist.Taylor Wilkins, the founder of the Tailored Quill, believes that there is no "one right way" to live life and that all of our mental and emotional distress can be relieved by focusing on just 3 reminders: 1. We are human2. We each have value3. Our lives have meaningAfter a decade of work in crisis mental health treatment and guiding over 10,000 people, Taylor offers the depth of long-term therapy in a short-term coaching format to help you define your unique purpose and take steps to live it out.Key takeaways from this episode: The most common mistake when trying to achieve great things and how to prevent it.The reverse approach to personal development will ensure you stick to your goals and follow through.How your sense of Uniqueness could be the source of your isolation and/or misery.How to unlearn the stories and beliefs that are keeping you stuck where you are.Why you DON'T have to be passionate about your work and how it can still bring you fulfillment. Loved Taylor? Here Is How To Find Out More: Schedule A FREE Coaching Session With Taylor: Book HereWebsite: https://www.thetailoredquill.com/The Tailored Quill Podcast: Listen HereTaylor's FREE Roadmap to Fulfillment: Download HereTaylor's 3 Keys To Psychological Freedom: HereAdditional ResourcesSubscribe/Rate/Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: >>>HERE
Art of Manliness Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Check out The Art of Manliness Episode Page & Show NotesRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgA lot of young men today struggle in finding their footing in adulthood. They feel lost, directionless, and unsure of who they are and how to confidently and competently navigate the world.Part of the reason for this is that most young men today lack something which was once a part of nearly every culture in the world, but has now almost entirely disappeared: a rite of passage.My guest today didn't want his son to flounder on the way to maturity, nor to miss out on having an initiation into manhood, so he set out to create a 6-year journey for him that would help him move from boy to man. His name is Jon Tyson, and he's the author of The Intentional Father: A Practical Guide to Raise Sons of Courage and Character. Today on the show, Jon unpacks the components of the years-long journey into manhood he created for his son, beginning with how he brainstormed those components by doing "The Day Your Son Leaves Home" exercise. We then discuss how old Jon's son was when he started his rite of passage and why it began with him having a "severing dinner" with his mom. We get into what his rite of passage consisted of, from the kickoff ceremony to the challenges, experiences, trips, and daily rituals Jon used to impart values and teach his son the "5 Shifts of Manhood." Jon shares how moving his son's focus from being a good man, to being good at being a man, helped him get remotivated to continue the process, why his rite of passage included a gap year after high school, and how Jon celebrated the end of his son's journey into becoming a man. We also discuss whether Jon did something similar with his daughter. We end our conversation with some key principles any dad can use to start intentionally helping their kids become well-rounded individuals who can confidently step out on their own and into the world.Resources Related to the PodcastAoM Article: The Importance of FathersAoM Article: The Importance of Male Rites of PassageAoM Article: Male Rites of Passage From Around the WorldAoM Article & Podcast: Man's Need for RitualAoM Series on the origins, elements, and future of manhoodAoM Article: The 7 Habits — Begin With the End in MindAoM Article: The 3 Families Every Young Man Needs to Grow Up WellJames HollisAoM Article: Carry the FireArt of Manliness' Carry the Fire Zippo LighterAoM Article: What Is Manliness?AoM Podcast #527 With Richard RohrThe Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact by Chip and Dan HeathThe Way of Men by Jack DonovanAoM Podcast #49 With Jack DonovanAoM Series on the Four Archetypes of the Mature MasculineAoM Article: 100 Skills Every Man Should KnowAoM Article: 80+ Quotes on Men & ManhoodConnect With Jon TysonPrimal PathJon on TwitterJon on IG
The topic of vulnerability is so essential in the discussion of wellness and mental health as it is often seen as on of the primary keys to unlock the door of healing. Both men and women have a fair share of obstacles that prohibit us from tapping into this powerful tool. For this episode, Jevon will join us for a conversation on Vulnerability and Manhood. We explore the reasons why some men struggle with releasing emotions, how that manifests in their behavior and tools to begin that pathway to healing. Jevon is an Army Veteran, certified mindset in perception coach, and the founder of Live Not Loathe, LLC. He has overcome adversity, depression, and PTSD to earn multiple certification recognized throughout the coaching community and an MBA from the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith Business School and has an M.S. in Cybersecurity from Fordham University. His mission is to empower others to increase their self-confidence, improve their perception of their own worth, and design their lives through a mindset shift from scarcity to abundance. Jevon's Information: Website: www.livenotloathe.com IG: @livenotloathe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/livenotloathe LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jevonwooden/ Twitter: @livenotloathe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0m28CIcpQdlgNBmV0H Tearapy Recovery Information: Website: www.tearapyrecovery.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/tearapyrecovery YouTube: www.youtube.com/tearapyrecovery LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/tearapyrecoveryllc Disclaimer: This page and any related platforms are strictly for educational purposes and awareness. Tearapy Recovery does not and cannot guarantee the effectiveness or success of any suggestions provided as they are either based on personal experience or referenced from other sources. If you have an immediate mental health emergency, please call your mental health provider, 911, 988 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255). Additionally, the views expressed by guests do not necessarily reflect the views of Tearapy Recovery, LLC. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tearapyrecovery/support
Watch this Interview Live: Click Here Dai Manuel is a super dad, dating his wife, with a lead by example way of living and a contagious personality, who is on a mission to positively impact one million role models around the globe to lead a FUN-ctionally fit life through education, encouragement, and community. He is an award-winning digital thought leader and author, Distinguished Toastmaster & TEDx speaker, former partner and Chief Operating Officer of a multi-million dollar retail company, and a sought-after lifestyle mentor and executive performance coach. Dai knows the struggle of the juggle and keeping his health and happiness a priority. He models his work based on 5 F's: Fitness, Family, Faith, and Finances with an overarching roof of FUN, built on a rock-solid foundation of Health. Nuggets of wisdom and inspiration to take action to be your best self are guaranteed when you connect with Dai! Dia Manuel Website: Click Here Do you or someone you love Not lasting as long as they should in the bedroom?
Today on the show, I'm talking to the host of the Rethinking Manhood podcast, Destyn Land. Destyn and I discuss men and sex. Sounds simple but when you start to layer in shame, silence, and how by grade 3 you're already comparing penis size–it gets a lot more complicated. I first saw Destyn's work when a friend shared one of his posts on Instagram. It was a beautiful piece about men and how society has created this pressure to prove how “straight” you are. This could be by catcalling women or making homophobic comments. Destyn's posts are always thoughtful, well researched and when I found out he had a podcast, I just had to listen. Resources from the Show Destyn Land: @destynforgreatness Rethinking Manhood Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/3bQw3DWTRuCmlGXFvYrVya?si=c26149d4a7474d36 (https://open.spotify.com/show/3bQw3DWTRuCmlGXFvYrVya?si=c26149d4a7474d36) Instagram: @rethinkingmanhood Boys and Sex by Peggy Orenstein: https://www.peggyorenstein.com/boysandsex (https://www.peggyorenstein.com/boysandsex) Euphoria on Crave Heartstopper on Netflix and Comics Bi-erasure definition: https://www.glaad.org/bisexual The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love by bell hooks
Hey guys, welcome back to another podcast on the SELF-DVLPD Podcast! In this one I speak of toning down my YouTube channel to focus on building my brand elsewhere. I hope this podcast resonates with you guys & with that said I will catch you all in the next one, cheers! :)
“There's no shame in seeking support, understanding that you don't have to carry the work weight of the world on your shoulders. You're not alone… But it's a matter of you being courageous enough to reach out.” -Coach Michael Taylor Toxic masculinity is a term used to describe the way in which men are taught to act in society, and how that can affect their lives. In a society that tells men they're the "breadwinners," and that they should be able to handle everything on their own, it's no wonder so many men are struggling. Although this mentality has been deeply engraved in our society, we can still change it with three simple words: "I Need Help." And while this phrase may sometimes feel like it's just an empty way to say you're vulnerable and want another person to take care of things for you, there's actually a lot more to it than that. "I need help" means that we recognize that something has come up in our life that is bigger than we are—and it also means that we know what it feels like to be overwhelmed by something. In this episode, I interview Coach Michael Taylor on how powerful these three words can be in transforming men's lives. We also discuss the five illusions of manhood from Michael's book, A New Conversation with Men, and how to shift these illusions to what's real. Tune in and see masculinity from a new perspective! Connect The Modern Man: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Highlights: 02:05 American Dream Turned American Nightmare 06:34 The Three Most Difficult Words to Say 10:04 Illusions of Manhood #1: Emotions 13:07 Illusions of Manhood #2: Sexual Conquest 17:33 Illusions of Manhood #3: Money and Material Possessions 22:47 Illusions of Manhood #4: Title, Position, and Power 26:00 Illusions of Manhood #5: Competition 31:28 Take Your First Step
Masculinity is under assault in American culture. Manhood has been dumbed down, and now it's even being redefined. So, what does biblical masculinity look like? The answer is found in a very familiar story in the Old Testament. While most of us know about King David's adultery with Bathsheba, we seldom think about her husband, Uriah. His life challenges Christian men today to be faithful, to be fearless, and to finish well.
UnFollowVic S:3 Ep:07 Aired 06/22/2022On Today's show we will dive into our updates then take it away with man-scout badges. So before you can evolve into a manly man, as a young adult have you collected some man-scout badges? After your manhood check up, let's finish off with, is chivalry still common in today's world and Jacks News.Click The Link Below & Show Us Some Lovehttps://linktr.ee/UnFollowVicIntroUpdates From Jack & VicManhood Check UpIs Chivalry Dead ?Jack's News and More...OutroWatch us in our Studio onYouTube:https://youtu.be/IQkVB7q6O00Support the show
Manhood is being challenged in our culture today. It has been criticized, ostracized and even redefined. In the message we look at biblical manhood and the call for a generation of men to stand up and be who God has called them to be.
This week episode I am joined with my brother Kardea Hughes. Ye is a producer, artist, and creative and more importantly he practices the Alkaline Lifestyle. During this converation we discussAlkaline DietRelationship styles (Monogomy vs Pologamy)The power of Music FrequenciesEconomics within culturesProducer grindSupport the show
A talk about Biblical manhood. The Men We Need: God's Purpose for the Manly Man, the Avid Indoorsman, Or Any Man Willing to Show Up: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.amazon.com/Men-We-Need-Purpose-Indoorsman/dp/0801094526&ved=2ahUKEwiFqfbb27z4AhXKK0QIHasiA38QFnoECAwQAQ&usg=AOvVaw1rmTNNXrTE-byBWlG359q9. What He Must Be: ...If He Wants to Marry My Daughter: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.amazon.com/What-He-Must-Be-Daughter/dp/1581349300&ved=2ahUKEwiMmtmW3Lz4AhXYJkQIHaRNBV4QFnoECBgQAQ&usg=AOvVaw09mSpAW6eDSd4d9EwFfQs8. The Prusit of Manliness: Spotify https://open.spotify.com › show The Pursuit of Manliness - | Podcast on Spotify. Ben's Instagram and email: @ben.mitchell04 and email@example.com. LACIDAR's Instagram and email: @lacidar2020 and LACIDAR2020@gmail.com. LACIDAR Facebook: Lacidar Rights to theme song:Songwriters: Crowder David W / Cash Ed / Philpott Seth Owen Lift Your Head Weary Sinner (Chains) lyrics © Worshiptogether.com Songs, Sixsteps Music, Worship Together Music, Capitol Cmg Paragon, Sixsteps Songs, Inot Music
Cale breaks down the origins of this weekend's Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). Since Sunday is also Father's Day, we look at the 7 Marks of Manhood in the Bible.
Hey guys welcome back to another podcast on the SELF-DVLPD Podcast! In this one I speak of launching forwards as a man, building your momentum and continuing to do God's work. I hope this podcast is able to help and with that said I will catch you all in the next one, cheers! :)
Back to Clint… Greg from Florida was skeptical about the silent prayer but now — Dems worried about civil war…; Matthew from Florida asks why he is still emotional. Kevin from NY asks if one can have forgiven but still not be free.
June 14, 2022 HOUR #1: NATE PICKOWICZ, pastor of Harvest Bible Church in Gilmanton Iron Works, NH, & author of a number of books, including "REVIVING NEW ENGLAND" & "WHY WE'RE PROTESTANT", who will address: "R. C. SPROUL: DEFENDER of the REFORMED FAITH" HOUR #2: MACK TOMLINSON, pastor of Providence Chapel in Denton, TX, & author of a number of books, including "IN LIGHT of ETERNITY: The Life of Leonard Ravenhill", who will address: "MATURE MANHOOD: BEING USEFUL FOR the MASTER (2 Timothy 2:20-22)" Subscribe: iTunes TuneIn Android RSS Feed Listen:
Men are stepping up to raise children, theirs and strangers'. Father of four and comedian Todd Rexx unravels sacrificing his dreams for a while to support the dreams of his children. Also, what it means as a man to be outearned by your woman and how their family dynamic hasn't missed a beat. Can Father's Day ever overtake Mother's Day in popularity? Roy & Ralph debate as @Rod4Short details rapper Jim Jones' impassioned Father's Day PSA. SCAM OF THE WEEK: A newly minted member of the Roy's Job Fair two-timer club breaks down the secret to charter school recruiting in tough neighborhoods. NOW HIRING: Is every girl crazy 'bout a sharp-dressed man? The team talks with the manager of a men's wear store in Detroit hiring for sales associates AND talks about the best closet essentials to keep the men in your life looking sharp. The U.S. Navy is setting up recruitment booths in movie theatres in hopes that the new ‘Top Gun' film will boost enlistment. Fair or Foul? Watch all of Roy Wood Jr Comedy Specials NOW available on iTunes and streaming NOW on Paramount+ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Our culture has become highly skilled in pointing out the problems [of masculinity], but, beyond public service campaigns and news headlines, we haven't developed the same expertise in helping men solve those problems,” writes Chase Replogle. “We have lost the wisdom by which men become better, by which they mature into a better manhood.” In this podcast, I talk to Replogle about how to find that wisdom again. I'm George P. Wood, executive editor of Influence magazine and your host. Chase Replogle is pastor of Bent Oak Church in Springfield, Missouri and author of The 5 Masculine Instincts, published by Moody. ----- This episode of the Influence Podcast is brought to you by My Healthy Church, distributors of Bible Engagement Project. Bible Engagement Project gives churches access to a library of kids curriculum and small group resources all in one subscription. Visit BibleEngagementProject.com to download sample lessons.
A lot of young men today struggle in finding their footing in adulthood. They feel lost, directionless, and unsure of who they are and how to confidently and competently navigate the world.Part of the reason for this is that most young men today lack something which was once a part of nearly every culture in the world, but has now almost entirely disappeared: a rite of passage.My guest today didn't want his son to flounder on the way to maturity, nor to miss out on having an initiation into manhood, so he set out to create a 6-year journey for him that would help him move from boy to man. His name is Jon Tyson, and he's the author of The Intentional Father: A Practical Guide to Raise Sons of Courage and Character. Today on the show, Jon unpacks the components of the years-long journey into manhood he created for his son, beginning with how he brainstormed those components by doing "The Day Your Son Leaves Home" exercise. We then discuss how old Jon's son was when he started his rite of passage and why it began with him having a "severing dinner" with his mom. We get into what his rite of passage consisted of, from the kickoff ceremony to the challenges, experiences, trips, and daily rituals Jon used to impart values and teach his son the "5 Shifts of Manhood." Jon shares how moving his son's focus from being a good man, to being good at being a man, helped him get remotivated to continue the process, why his rite of passage included a gap year after high school, and how Jon celebrated the end of his son's journey into becoming a man. We also discuss whether Jon did something similar with his daughter. We end our conversation with some key principles any dad can use to start intentionally helping their kids become well-rounded individuals who can confidently step out on their own and into the world.Resources Related to the PodcastAoM Article: The Importance of FathersAoM Article: The Importance of Male Rites of PassageAoM Article: Male Rites of Passage From Around the WorldAoM Article & Podcast: Man's Need for RitualAoM Series on the origins, elements, and future of manhoodAoM Article: The 7 Habits — Begin With the End in MindAoM Article: The 3 Families Every Young Man Needs to Grow Up WellJames HollisAoM Article: Carry the FireArt of Manliness' Carry the Fire Zippo LighterAoM Article: What Is Manliness?AoM Podcast #527 With Richard RohrThe Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact by Chip and Dan HeathThe Way of Men by Jack DonovanAoM Podcast #49 With Jack DonovanAoM Series on the Four Archetypes of the Mature MasculineAoM Article: 100 Skills Every Man Should KnowAoM Article: 80+ Quotes on Men & ManhoodConnect With Jon TysonPrimal PathJon on TwitterJon on IG
http://www.BlackFathersNOW.com Episode 274 of Black Fathers, NOW! Podcast is a POWERFUL conversation with Life Alignment Coach Didier Sylvain. This brother brought life changing and Mindset adjusting wisdom that will Impact your Life! visit http://www.didiersylvain.com for more Subscribe: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-fathers-now/id1230596918 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/black-fathers-now YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtczqqU6-ZAwG37LcRpwJ3Q Follow @BlackFathersNOW via IG/TikTok
Frederick Joseph joins the Reckon Interview to discuss his new bestseller “Patriarchy Blues: Reflections on Manhood.” You may know Frederick as the force behind the Black Panther project, the effort that raised over one million dollars to help young Black children see Black Panther in theaters. He led a similar effort for young girls to see Captain Marvel. He raised funds to help people pay their rent during the early days of the pandemic shutdown. He's poured a lot into the community. His first book The Black Friend has become one of those books about race that's getting banned in school districts across the country. Frederick's not afraid to confront big issues. And he's not afraid to confront his own demons either. Patriarchy Blues is filled with essays that breakdown his ideas on what it means to be a man in America. The false binaries that we choose to accept between masculine and feminine traits. And the ways in which we're all liberated if embrace womanist philosophies to move past some of these tropes. We're all human beings who should get to experience the full depths of our humanity including chances to cry, laugh, get angry, get hurt, show love, show pain, sing and dance. There's something in this conversation for everyone. So I hope you'll give it a listen and then pick up a copy of Patriarchy Blues. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Back to Nick who asked what is the way to get over anger. Chad from Florida asks if he is being influenced by Satan if he is getting emotional over seeing the truth. — Matthew McConaughey wants gun control…; Earnest from Georgia asks if all thoughts are lies then how does one solve problems.
Is manhood just about looking manly and talking tough? Does a man with soft hands need to forfeit his man-card? Does your man bun diminish your manhood and does longer-hair signify your weakness and femininity? In this episode, Costi Hinn unpacks 6 marks of manhood from 1 Corinthians 16. Pointing to the apostle Paul, and Christ, he makes the case for slowing down, assessing the heart, and judging manhood based on what flows from the inside, not merely what a man looks like on the outside.
This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 16:09)Who is and is Not an Adult? How Can You Tell? Evaluating Our Contemporary Confusion over the Definition of AdulthoodWhy Do We Let Children Buy Firearms? by Washington Post (Ruth Marcus)Part II (16:09 - 19:31)‘When I Became a Man, I Put Away Childish Things': The Biblical Concept of AdulthoodPart III (19:31 - 27:36)Wall Street Journal Feature Argues for the Strategic Use of A Curse Word or Two to Increase the Strength of Your Online Reviews — But How About the Moral Use of Words?Why Cursing in Online Reviews Can Actually Be a Good Thing by Wall Street Journal (Katherine C. Lafreniere and Sarah G. Moore)Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.