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Why the Culture is Hostile to Men - Dr. Al Mohler Interviews Dr. Helen Smith
Fighting for Freedom of Conscience -  If the battle over defining marriage is lost as some contend, is the battle now about conscience rights for those holding to traditional marriage? by Pastor Denny Burk
The Problem with Manhood Today - A Video Interview with Pastor Darrin Patrick
How Porn Hijacks the Male Brain by Dr. Al Mohler

The State of Men is Reflected in the State of the Church. Ed Stetzer of LifeWay offers some interesting data and perspective
How Businesses Are Being Required to Applaud and Affirm Homosexual Weddings by Pastor Doug Wilson
Finding Our Lost Boys: Up to 90% of Boys Will Leave the Church. What Can a Congregation Do? by Pastor Tim Wright. Also check out War on Boys by Christina Hoff Sommers
Ammo for Battle
Finally Free by Heath Lambert is One of the Best Books Dealing with Porn Because It's Uniquely Gospel-saturated

Praise and Criticism in Your Ministry by Pastor J.D. Greear
7 Men and the Secret of Their Greatness by best selling author Eric Metaxas
Restoring Manhood - Ed Stetzer of LifeWay interviews Pastor Eric Mason
Challenging Men in the Gospel - A Recent Talk by Pastor Mike McKinley (MP3)
What Manner of Men Will They Be by Pastor Joshua Harris
Was Jesus Just a Really Nice Guy? by Pastor John MacArthur
Why A Man's Identity Matters by Pastor Pete Alwinson

Multiply Gathering Simulcast with David Platt and Francis Chan - Free live stream from Austin, Texas on November 8, 2013 from 7-10pm EST

MP3 Recordings from the recent WACMM-hosted National Men's Conference

CBMW Free Downloads

Cover Her by Rod Hairston, pastor and chaplain of the 2013 Super Bowl Champions Baltimore Ravens
What They're Saying...
Biblical Manhood as Chivalry
Here's a wonderfully illustrative story of what it means to be an authentic man from the life of Samuel Proctor, Pastor of Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church:

Apparently, he was in the elevator one day when a young woman came in. Proctor tipped his hat at her. She was offended and said, 'What is that supposed to mean?' The pastor's response was: 'Madame, by tipping my hat I was telling you several things. That I would not harm you in any way. That if someone came into this elevator and threatened you, I would defend you. That if you fell ill, I would tend to you and if necessary carry you to safety. I was telling you that even though I am a man and physically stronger than you, I will treat you with both respect and solicitude. But frankly, Madame, it would have taken too much time to tell you all of that; so, instead, I just tipped my hat."