The foremost command in the Bible to men is to “be strong.” Why do they need to be strong? Why is weakness a man’s greatest problem? Why did God initiate a physical fight with Jacob? Why did God call David “a man after his own heart”? Why did Moses say that God was a “man of war”? Why did God let so much suffering befall Job, Elijah, and Jonah? Why does Paul tell the men in the Church to “act like men and be strong”?See Book Content Download eBook
Twenty-eight years a Christian, Matt resides in Portland, OR where he grew up. He is passionate about the outdoors, climbing, writing, traveling, and reading. He has been involved in men’s ministry for over 15 years mentoring youth, teaching, and leading men’s groups. He holds a degree in International Studies from Portland State University, has done graduate work at Multnomah Biblical Seminary, and works as an entrepreneur. By the age of 37 he had authored several books, worked in ministries and non-profits around the world, learned to converse in 7 languages, lived in Africa, Europe, New Zealand, and the Middle East and traveled to nearly 40 countries.