Man Power by Sophia Katrina Worrell

Man Power

bySophia Katrina Worrell

Kobo ebook | August 27, 2019

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The male has been so emasculated that the mere mention of a “man” appears to represent something bad and distasteful. This book reminds us that the man as husband, father, mentor, and leader still applies and are integral to holding the fabric of society together. The same pertains to the word “power” because the world has hijacked it and now it represents abuse and pain. Man Power is about reclaiming the strength of the man who has the God-given power to give love, provide guidance and secure wholeness in the family and, in turn, the world. These delightful short stories emphasize the importance of men in the lives of other males to pass on strong ethics and character. May the men who thought their contributions were going unnoticed find that they are appreciated; and may all men find the permission to be who God designed them to be, without apology.

Title:Man PowerFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:August 27, 2019Publisher:Trilogy Christian PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1640884424

ISBN - 13:9781640884427

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The male has been so emasculated that the mere mention of a “man” appears to represent something bad and distasteful. This book reminds us that the man as husband, father, mentor, and leader still applies and are integral to holding the fabric of society together. The same pertains to the word “power” because the world has hijacked it and now it represents abuse and pain. Man Power is about reclaiming the strength of the man who has the God-given power to give love, provide guidance and secure wholeness in the family and, in turn, the world. These delightful short stories emphasize the importance of men in the lives of other males to pass on strong ethics and character. May the men who thought their contributions were going unnoticed find that they are appreciated; and may all men find the permission to be who God designed them to be, without apology.