Three Books for Disciplemaking Men—and One Giveaway!

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As Father’s Day approaches on the third Sunday in June, the Disciplemaker team would like to share three books that disciplemaking men would enjoy and profit from reading. The books offered here are for any man, not just dads. We do hope that you are able to honor the men who have walked with you over the years.

Dangerous Good

Why we think he’ll like it: Kenny Luck has devoted his life to raising up men of integrity. His voice comes through powerfully as a man who wants to awaken others to be formed by God, convicted of their sin, and connected to their Lord and Savior . . . men who fight for the dignity of women and are determined to leave a legacy of worth and peace to their chidren. He will be inspired and equipped as he reads about the coming revolution of men who care.

“By initiating change and exposing root issues affecting our global community, Kenny Luck is contributing to the solution.”

– CHRISTINE CAINE, bestselling author and founder of A21 and Propel Women

Two Hundred Tuesdays

Why we think he’ll like it: Dianne Derby, a high-energy news anchor from Colorado Springs, was a surprising choice for a man, nearly 100 years old, to disciple. Dianne and Jim Downing, a Navigator who had previously served on the US Naval base at Pearl Harbor, met most Tuesdays until his death at 104 years old. This short, heartwarming read portrays a man who practiced disciplemaking as a way of life.

“[Dianne] Derby met Jesus in a fresh way thanks to this unlikely friendship. In Two Hundred Tuesdays, she reveals how Jim Downing’s impact gave her the resources not simply to navigate life but also to enjoy life fully.

– MARK CONFORTI, DMin, United Methodist pastor and author of Clergy Mentoring

Dangers Men Face

Why we think he’ll like it: For the man who wants to enjoy a life of honor and integrity, Dangers Men Face is a must-read. In part one, Jerry White presents dangers from loss which include loss of motivation, loss of position, and loss of confidence. In part two, Jerry lists specific sins which include sexual temptation, conflict, and anger. Part three may be worth the cost of the book, where he reveals three surprising dangers that are perhaps easy to underrate—but most people will recognize once explained. Part four offers steps of spiritual renewal. Includes a Bible study in the appendix.

“A must-read book for every man who wants to remain spiritually faithful and finish well.”

– MARVIN CAMPBELL, US president of The Navigators

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