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Calling all reviewers for Marty Machowki's Brave and Bold!
What is the measure of
a man? Is it athletic ability, strength, intelligence, or
accomplishments? In Brave and Bold, Marty Machowski offers thirty-one
daily devotions to encourage readers to become men whose strength comes
from following Jesus and reflects him to a watching world. Each
devotion calls men to grow deeper in compassion, kindness, courage,
integrity, and service.
Machowski explores the truth that becoming a real man means trusting
God in every area of life, including serving, taking responsibility,
and confessing failure. Through personal vignettes and practical
application, men will be challenged to “be doers of the word, and not
hearers only” (James 1:22) and to be examples of faithfulness,
selflessness, self-control, and humble dependence on the
Useful for personal reading, one-on-one discipleship, or small group
discussion, Brave and Bold encourages young men to live on a
mission to honor the Lord and to make him known in every part of life.
Others Are Saying
"My sons can tell
you about the Saturday mornings when I used to take them out for
breakfast and for what I called 'manhood training.' I
realized it was my job to help them grow from boyhood to the
responsibilities of mature manhood. How I wish I'd had Marty's
book back then. I'm so glad today's dads have this invaluable tool
to use with their sons." ~
Bob Lepine, Cohost, FamilyLife Today
“Brave and Bold:
31 Devotions to Strengthen Men is a basic training
manual for biblical manhood. Machowski offers thirty-one essential characteristics
of biblical manhood in this compact, accessible devotional. Men who
read this work and take on the challenges contained in it will be
blessed and grow far beyond the thirty-one days it is designed to
Curtis Solomon, Executive Director of the Biblical
Counseling Coalition; Cofounder of Solomon Soul Care
“As the father of five
now-grown sons, I was called to the man-raising business. Had this
book been around when my sons were younger, it would have been part of
our manhood curriculum. It expresses what men are meant to be—and what
I still want to be when I grow up. Brave and Bold is
solid, practical, biblical, and accessible. Marty combines great illustrations
with biblical insight, and then adds recommended next steps for
application. Get it. Read it. Do it.” ~
Tim Shorey, Author of Respect the Image, 30/30
Hindsight, and An ABC Prayer to Jesus
is a Family Life Pastor at Covenant Fellowship Church in Glen Mills,
Pennsylvania, where he has served on the pastoral staff for over thirty
years. He is the author of a number of family devotionals, curriculums
(including the Gospel Story for Kids), children’s books and parenting titles.
His latest releases include, WonderFull, God Made Me for
Heaven and Brave and Bold. He and his wife, Lois, have six
children and several grandchildren, and reside in West Chester,
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