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God's Way Ministries

Our ministry is dedicated to teaching men to become godly in an ungodly world. We want men to stand up to the challenge God has laid out before them in His Holy Word. Join us.

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Do you need the men in your church to MAN UP? Schedule author Jody Burkeen to speak to your men and challenge them to stop being a “spiritual sissy” and MAN UP…Gods way.

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This schedule presents essential MAN UP! concepts at a comfortable pace. Participants have the opportunity to grasp the concepts and commit to meaningful life changes.

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Testimonials

Founder, Jody Burkeen

Jody Burkeen, Author of MAN UP! Becoming a Godly Man in an Ungodly World and founder of MAN UP! God's Way Ministries.

INTRODUCTION

Think back to your childhood. Most every man will be able to recall the time when he was growing from a boy to a man. The title of this book comes from that point in childhood when you were trying to assert yourself into manhood, a time when you had to man up.

Perhaps you can remember a time when you were called a sissy. It might have been from the school bully, your best friend, or even your father, but you remember it vividly. “Sissy,” they said, dogging you about some situation you were in.

It might have been sports, a fight, or even just a jump over the creek. Someone challenged you by calling you a sissy. At that moment, you had a choice: you could walk away and continue to be a sissy in the eyes of the accuser, or you could puff your chest out, grab your “webbles,” and take the challenge. All of us walked away at least once. It’s painful, I know, but I’d like you to remember that day, that one moment in time when you were a coward by someone’s reckoning.

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