From the Publisher
This book frees a man from the shame of not measuring up, to experience the grace and truth of his true Father God. It's not about how to be a man, but knowing the One who rescues and restores men. The reader is not exhorted to obey, but invited to trust; not commanded to do right, but freed to be real; not warned to be strong, but promised his Father God's strength. It's a life-changing, empowering encounter with the Father we long for.
About the Author
Gordon Dalbey's Healing the Masculine Soul pioneered the men's movement in 1987. A former Peace Corps Volunteer (Nigeria), high school teacher, and pastor, he holds an M.Div. from Harvard and M.A. in journalism from Stanford. His articles have appeared in New Man, The Christian Century, United Methodist Men, Fuller Seminary Journal, Los Angeles Times editorial, and dozens of other publications. He speaks at men's conferences and retreats around the world, and lives with his wife and son in California.