Browsing All posts tagged under »John Eldredge«

The Greatest Untapped Evangelistic Opportunity Before the Modern Church by David Bunker

March 13, 2009 by

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I believe that we are involved in the greatest evangelistic opportunity before the church today: the salvation of millions of children under the evangelistic and discipleship ministry of fathers and mothers in the home. This is not the only mission field, to be sure, but it is perhaps the most neglected mission field before the […]

The Boy Within by Glenn McClure

March 9, 2009 by

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In his book Fathered By God (Way of the Wild Heart) John Eldredge writes (about the stages of initiation) “And the man, though now a king in a far more serious manner, must never lose the wonder of the boy, that condition we call young at heart.  For by maturity we do not mean rigidity, […]

“Masculine and Spiritual Initiation” by Glenn McClure

July 25, 2008 by

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I have had a dream for the last few years–a dream of providing spiritual, masculine experiences for Fathers and sons. I ran across this quote recently: “To accomplish great things, we must dream as well as act.” (Anatole France, 1844-1924). It sums up what I’m attempting to do with and about that dream for fathers […]

“Identity is bestowed!” by Phil Davis

July 18, 2008 by

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I was reading the following excerpt from The Sacred Romance today and felt it so connected with my story and one of the short-comings of my own father. …we develop a functional self-image, even if it is a negative one. The little boy paints his red wagon a speckled gray with whatever Father left in […]