In a world of mass connectivity, you would think that we would be having more meaningful conversations, but the fact is, even in our spiritual circles and churches, we are NOT connecting in real ways.
Losing the man who chose to keep the peace, to defend the powerless, a man who paused the political storm to better lead us all.
His story does not have to be your story.
When it comes to building healthy adult male relationships, Steve Hinkle recently made a step in the right direction. Well, in all honesty, someone else made the first step. He gave him a hug without asking.
This post is dedicated to those young people who are suicidal, depressed, have anxiety or a broken heart. This post is dedicated to those youth leaders, teachers, and mentors who need to be reminded that you can make a difference!
The name-calling didn’t happen much but when it did, the words stung and they stuck.
God intended for us to find His FULL expression of love from each other and that includes other men.
If we really pay attention, we will see that each young man has something incredible to offer others and the world.
Everyone’s story matters and it’s important that we take the time to listen to each other.
Keep these things in mind as you seek to impact these young lives and help them dream about a better tomorrow.
There’s a young man today who needs a word of encouragement and he is waiting on you. If not you, then who?
Steve Hinkle, founder of Not a Male Fail asks, “Is there something wrong with men wanting a genuine relationship with other guys?”
Steve Hinkle shares the importance of sharing stories, admit our shortcomings, and seek the transforming answers that will eventually bring hope and health to a generation of hurting young men