Jun 11, 2014
C.S. Lewis once wrote an essay entitled "Men without Chests." By that he meant that men were being raised in his country of Britain without convictions, without heart, and without affections or values. We find ourselves in a similar situation today, particularly in the United States where masculinity is under attack and is quickly acquiesced whenever challenged. In this previously spoken sermon released for the first time as a podcast series here, I speak to men about manhood. First listen to Part 1, then listen to Part 2 here, followed by the final Part 3-- and share them with other men aspiring to become Men "with" Chests.