It’s time to wake the sleeping giant in our world, in our communities, in our churches, and in our homes.
There’s a revolution brewing, a sleeping giant coming out of a long slumber. For years men have been sitting to the side, minding their own business, nursing their own wounds. But that time is reaching its end. Our wounds must surely be tended to, and our business must surely be minded. We are meant for greater things than these, and the world can no longer indulge our slumber. Justice demands a response to these troubling times. Righteousness demands a champion to counter a climate of moral relativism. God made us men; it’s time to act like it.
Good men are in high demand but low supply. That reality is creating suffering and injustice at every level of society in every community worldwide. Dangerous Good calls on the millennial generation of men who follow Jesus worldwide to confront that by deciding, individually and as a group, to be dangerous with goodness like Jesus. Here is the next revolution of masculinity the world is waiting for.
Dangerous Good is a must-read that addresses the heart of worldwide injustices. By initiating change and exposing root issues affecting our global community, Kenny Luck is contributing to the solution. He’s reaching the hearts of men and encouraging them to grow in godly character and conduct. He’s reminding them that our identity is in Christ and Christ alone, and when we reflect him, we live like him—and living like him is what will change our world.
by Christine Caine, bestselling author, founder of A21 and Propel Women
I wish every Christian man—in particular every young man—would read and apply this book. If so, our families, churches, and relationships with nonbelievers would be transformed. Get this book, read it, and pass it off to every man you know.
by Sean McDowell, PhD, Biola University professor, speaker, and author
Kenny Luck brings to light much-needed attention to a man’s purpose in society. We as men must take a stand to preserve our identity in an environment that attempts to lower the bar. By giving the glory to God, Kenny shows us the path to true integrity, friendship, and the Lord’s direction. The Lord has given us the directions, should we choose to follow them. By speaking to us as a man of Christ speaks to another man—as Christ spoke to his disciples—Kenny brings forth the Word of God and, in doing so, brings us closer to the Lord. Thank you, Kenny, for your leadership, dedication, and love of mankind.
by Mark "Oz" Geist, US Marine (retired), survivor of the Battle of Benghazi
What I love about Kenny is that he writes in a way that gets to the heart of men. In Dangerous Good, he rips to the core of healthy masculinity and expresses what all men want to be true of ourselves while inviting us to use our strength for maximum impact. Dangerous Good is flammable, and the world wants this movement to catch fire because of the blessings it will bring to women, children, and families.
by Doug Fields, author and executive director of HomeWord, Azusa Pacific University
Dangerous Good is a wake-up call to all men. In this book, Kenny Luck challenges men to put down the remote control and wade into the problems in our society. Most of these problems began when good men failed to live up to the noble purpose for which God created them.
by Jeff Strucker, author of Bullet Proof Faith
In Dangerous Good, Kenny Luck activates the hearts of men by awakening the deepest desires within them. Luck shows how easily our identities get hijacked by impostors and guides us to the dangerous-yet-good identity God desires us to find. If you want to grow in bravery or vulnerability, Dangerous Good will be a valuable resource for your journey.
by Jay Stringer, author of Unwanted
As our world grapples with what it means to be a man amidst our crumbling moral culture, Kenny Luck directs us back to the only rock-solid example—Jesus Christ. In Dangerous Good: The Coming Revolution of Men Who Care, Kenny explores the Bible thoroughly and thoughtfully, providing a field guide for how men can not only heal the wounds of past generations but also lead with the clarity, conviction, and compassion of Christ.
by Chris Hodges, senior pastor at Church of the Highlands; author
More than a self-help book, Dangerous Good is a biblical play-by-play map to male authenticity and freedom in Christ. Each chapter is an intelligent and compelling guide to higher-level character, personal awareness, and a dangerously good self! Women, this is the book you’ve been waiting for! Toxic patriarchy and toxic feminism are turned on their heads. Christ’s model of mutual respect, male integrity, and biblical feminism collaborating together for family, church, and community leads the way for a dangerously good movement!
by Annette Oltmans, found of The MEND Project
I love so much about this timely, inspiring book. While our culture flounders to make sense of gender differences, Kenny Luck expertly outlines the divine solution to both broken masculinity and reactive feminism, calling men to step up and into their full potential. Look out, evil: Dangerous good is coming for you!
by Jessie Minassian, blogger, speaker, and author
From the day I first met Kenny twenty-five years ago, he has always told me the truth. Nothing has changed since then. This book tells me the truth about me and the one who knows my identity best—Jesus. With memorable turns of phrase, beginning with the very title, Dangerous Good is a winsome, passionate, biblical call for men of God to bear a family resemblance.