Recommended Book Resources For Men’s Ministries

Recommended Book Resources For Men’s Ministries

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Want to dive further into men’s ministry or learn what it means to live the life of a Christian man?

In preparation for the upcoming Warrior Disciple men’s ministry book, I wanted to offer what I thought were other great books for men’s ministry and spiritual growth for guys. The following are just a mere smattering of terrific resources to help you in your pursuit of going deeper with God:

The Quest For Character by John MacArthur
If you can snatch up a copy of this book, do so. This shorter work (you can probably finish this in around three hours) is jam-packed with Scriptural references on godly character for all believers. Highly recommended.

Soulcon Challenge by Cody Bobay
This is one of the best Christian tools any man can use to spiritually mature. There’s a “catch” with this book; you just can’t read passively through it. You must undertake a simultaneous, 6-week dietary and exercise challenge while engaging in this 42-day devotional masterpiece.

Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper
Piper’s book is a true kick-in-the-pants call to all people who label themselves as a “Christian” to avoid the dangers of living for themselves and instead make their lives count for all eternity by giving their all to Christ.

Kingdom Man: Every Man’s Destiny, Every Woman’s Dream by Tony Evans
Such a full, rich, and engaging volume that is both convicting and captivating to read for even the most disinterested guys. It tackles many imperative subjects that will grow you mightily into real biblical manhood.

How God Makes Men by Patrick Morley
Men’s ministry pioneer Patrick Morley (of The Man in the Mirror) takes the examples of ten male figures of the Bible and presents character studies through which we can gain insight into what it takes to be a godly man.

What about you? What do you recommend?

I realize that the above is only a fraction of fantastic men’s Christian resources that are available. What other books do you recommend? Let us know in the comments below.

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