Pastoring men the collateral damage

Posted: January 22, 2012 in God
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I picks up where I left off in my last video, discussing Patrick Morley’s book, “Pastoring Men.

In my last video I asked and answered the question, “Pastoring Men, is it worth it?”

In today’s video, I talks about the collateral damage that happens as a result of men being one of our largest neglected people groups.  Below is a bit of the statistical damage:

  • of men who married between 1970 and 1974, just 46.2 percent will still be married after thirty-years.
  • of the seventy-two million children in America under the age of eighteen, 33 percent will go to bed tonight in a home without a biological father.
  • children in female-headed families are five times more likely to live in poverty, repeat a grade, and have emotional problems compared to families where a father is present.”


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If you’re interested in learning more about these issues, you can pick up your copy of the book by clicking on the highlighted text, below, or you can go to the side bar and download excerpts.
 
Statistics taken from excerpts of Pastoring Men, by Patrick Morely
 
 
 
 
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