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Brothers!: Calling Men into Vital Relationships (God's Design for the Family) Paperback – July 1, 1994

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Brothers! cuts through the fluff and guides men into significant relating for the kingdom's sake...An excellent addition to any church's resource collection. (Librarian's World, Spring 1995)

This is an excellent resource for men who want to grow in Christ and who want to help other men grow in the faith. -- Glen H. Jones, Pulpit Helps, May 1995

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EVERY MAN NEEDS A BROTHER. One of the keys to a man’s growth in Christ is to find men of like heart and become brothers, moving together toward the goal of Christlikeness. In this age of individualism, men are beginning to realize the importance of having brothers who will support, encourage, and hold one another accountable to a Christian model of manhood. But what does it mean to be a brother of Christ? It’s more than just joining a club or attending some meetings. To be a true brother requires a degree of relational intimacy that doesn’t come naturally to most men. Brothers! will help you develop the kind of relationships you need in order to be a true brother. As you work through this discussion guide with other men, you’ll grow deeper in your relationships as you lean to accept one another as acquaintances, to encourage one another as friends, and to exhort one another as brothers. If you lead a men’s group, this study will help you develop the skills you need to draw other men into deeper, more genuine relationships. And that can revolutionize your small group! Being a man has never been easy. But the Bible teaches that there are resources available to help us face the challenge. God has given us His Spirit, His Word, and one another so we don’t have to do the job alone. Brothers! will help you draw on these resources and become a brother, a man of integrity-a true man of God!
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Product Details

  • Series: God's Design for the Family
  • Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: NavPress (July 1, 1994)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0891098585
  • ISBN-13: 978-0891098584
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.2 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,435,795 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This book is a good introduction for those who would like to lead a small group of Christian men. Gorsuch makes the process of starting a mens group and measuring its progress very simple, without being simplistic. The book is short enough to be read and absorbed quickly. After finishing his book I was able to write out my purpose statement for such a group and the basic plan to begin. I also found the appendixes to be helpful. Geoff Gorsuch has done men a favor by not writing us a 300 page book on small groups. His brevity makes the contents easy to digest and hence they are empowering. Rev. Don Nelso
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This is my go-to book for helping men understand the process of building relationships. Too often we ask men to share personal things with men they hardly know, or join in mission with strangers. Brothers! helps explain the natural process that men go through in developing meaningful relationships, from aquaintances to friends to brothers. It's relatively short, uses good analogies and has a ton of extra material you can use to get small groups talking. I recommend this book to men's discipleship leaders every chance I get. This book should be in every men's leader's library.
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Its content and structure are well organized to assist in the facilitation of Christian men's groups. I was glad to see that Amazon still had some copies available as it is no longer in print. However, there are a lot of other similar handbooks that can provide assistance and encouragement.
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This book does one thing well - it helps men understand the importance of being in a small group. It explains the process for forming these relationships and the benefits men can expect. Great for leaders.
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