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  1. George Ogolla June 10, 2019 at 3:36 am

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  2. I love your teaching sir

  3. Nkirote Nancy June 7, 2019 at 3:11 am

    Excellent !

  4. Pastor Njuba Robert Powers June 6, 2019 at 5:30 am

    God is good and faithful to us as a family through Jesus Christ my beloved pastor more anointing and blessing and protection upon you than your beginning and your companions in Jesus name Hallelujah

  5. Thank you for this teaching. I think the biggest problem in our American society as well as in the church is that men are not fulfilling their God given roles as men. A lot of the problem is what you point out. Men think they do not need anybody else to do what they want to do and they are so self-centered that they do not care about building relationships with anyone else. They even have a problem building good relationships with their wives and each of their children. Men have to be taught how to care about others and the importance of finding other men who will be supportive of carrying out what God has called each of them to do. Otherwise, men will get discouraged and burn out. But men need to be taught how to work together and have fun doing it. You would think that would be obvious, but I think men do not do it in the church or in their families. They may do it at work, but there is no carry over outside of their jobs. Men understand they need to provide for their families, but otherwise, when they get home from work, men want to do what interests them regardless of the emotional needs of their family. I am not saying this because I am good at doing what I am talking about because I have a problem doing this correctly myself. However, it would be helpful if pastors did more teaching on this subject because the failure of men to fulfill our God given roles has led to the moral decay in our families and our society. I do not mean to say pastors have fallen down on the job, but I think a greater effort needs to be placed by pastors on building up the men to do what God has called them to do and help organize supportive efforts within the church.

  6. Frederick Ngwayi June 5, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    thanks very much for the message, before becoming as a pastor,i was a man.Best regards

  7. Well, who can argue or comment on something Rick Warren writes! He is always relevant and insightful. I do have a question though. What is the formation/equipping process in the church to raise up these types of men? The answer:
    it doesn’t exist in most churches so what you have are men with a spiritual age of 3. These men are not capable of living into Rick’s vision.

  8. Leroy Blocker, jr. June 5, 2019 at 10:20 am

    Amen, it is my pledge of duty to carry this out,for this is God’s kingdom assignment.

  9. These characteristics of godly men needed in our churches today is top drawer. Thanks so much, Rick. God bless
    Doug Stubbs

  10. David Taskefr June 5, 2019 at 7:33 am

    Great exposition of what men need to do.