Churches Need More MEN In Leadership Roles, Not Less

Written by Doug Giles on February 7, 2020

Bad things happen to a church — and to a culture — when men abandon their traditional masculine roles.

They get themselves into all sorts of trouble chasing after counterfeits.

And the good things God had ordained as the contribution to society good men were supposed to provide fall to the wayside.

Fatherhood, for example.

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What role does the Church have in all of this?

It can either be part of the problem, or part of the solution.

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