By Nate Pyle
Men, it’s time to have an honest conversation about manhood. It’s not about the size of your paycheck. It’s not about your athletic ability. It’s not about your competitive spirit. Manhood isn’t about what you do; it’s about who you are.
Man Enough doesn’t just challenge the idea that there is only one way to be a man; it obliterates it. Using his own story of not feeling “man enough,” author Nate Pyle exposes the disordered masculinity that pervades our church and culture and offers a refreshing message of grace and hope to men who are exhausted from trying to fulfill an unattainable model of manhood.
If you’re feeling pressure to become a “real man,” this book is for you. If you want to significantly enrich the way you relate to other men, to women and children and children, and to God, this book is for you. If you’re ready to stop trying to be something you’re not, and ready to start being the man you were made to be, this book is definitely for you.
[Women, this book is also for you, if you want to know what a “real man” is, and for all that matters, what it means to be a “real woman”!]