The Fight - by Jake Hamilton

Man Talk Monday: Owning Who You Are & Discovering Who You Could Be

M A N T A L K M O N D A Y S | B E G I N S T O D A Y : a weekly gathering beginning August 7 to September 11 through ZOOM every Monday night at 6pm, this is a place to grow, share and discuss what it means to be a man, how to lead in our homes and in our families with dignity and humility and wrestle with how we become the type of men that can carry death and life in the same hand, not being defined by our scars but wearing them as badges of honor for that which we overcame.

If you’re interested you can still register TODAY ONLY | THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE!


MAN TALK MONDAY is place to build community and connection with other men as we cover topics that will equip and empower you to walk into the fullness of who you were meant to be; as a leader, a husband, a father, a son, a priest, a warrior, a friend, and so much more. We cover topics like

  • What does it mean to be a man in a culture that rejects traditional roles?
  • How do I engage with the story of my life in a way that empowers me to move forward with confidence?
  • I love my family, but I don’t know how to LOVE my family. Are their practical tools for a man be a husband and a father that aren’t going to bring more shame and more guilt to my experience?
  • 7 Virtues of Masculinity; Courage, Care, Compassion, Confidence, Cooperation, Commitment, and Chivalry.
  • 7 Pillars of Masculinity; Faith, Family, Formation, Friendship, Fitness, Finance, and Fun.
  • The Path; Death before Death, Resurrection before Heaven, Kingdom over Empire, and Love at ALL Cost.
  • Are Bible Studies and Accountability groups all that’s available for men who want deep and meaningful spiritual life?

All this and so much more is available for a limited group of men, Monday Nights from August 7 through September 11.

Don’t miss this opportunity.

See you there.

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