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January 27, 2006



amen brother! i look around me at church and think where are the men? that's what i love so much about Brandon, he's such a man. after knowing him i dont think i could ever settle for a male that's any less of a man than he is.

You are a Wuss

George Bush is a good example of the loss of masculinity.

Roosevelt said 'the only thing we have to fear is fear itself', but George Bush, your hero, says, be very afraid, and you buy into it, you wuss. So stop posting such hypocritical stuff, little boy.

Wayne M

What conviction, what emotion, what courage you have to not use your name and any identification to post such garbage...

Such is the courage of the left.

BTW I have your ip address. In fact I know a lot more about you than you know....lol


Great article. You're featured in my GodlyCreative Roundup at Bloggin' Outloud. Lyn


sally apokedak

Hi, I just came over from Mary Yerkes' blog.

I'm a Christian mother married to a man who is somewhat less devoted to the church than I am. He is also a quadriplegic. I have tried to not make my son into a woman and I've tried to be very careful to make sure my kids know that my husband is the head of the house. It is difficult sometimes for women to know the difference between teaching a boy to be meek and gentle and Christlike and teaching him to be less than a man, I think.

But what I really want to say is there is an author, Jonathan Rogers, who has written a series of children's books and he wrote them for boys. On his site, he says, "There’s been a re-awakening of interest in healthy boyhood in the last few years. Books like *Wild at Heart* and *Bringing Up Boys* remind us that to raise a God-fearing boy is not to domesticate him, but rather to harness and direct his sense of adventure, his warrior spirit—his God-given wildness. But parents who are inspired by these books still face the challenge of finding books that will inspire their boys. The Wilderking grows out of my desire to write that kind of book."

I've reviewed the first of his books, The Bark of the Bog Owl, on my site if you are interested. These books are wonderful books with a wild and faithful protagonist. You will love them if you want to see rough and tumble boys who are loyal, and brave and true.

Wayne M

Your recommendations are indeed fantastic. Must reads for both men and women!

My recommendation for all mom's is "fear not" Godly masculenity. Encourage it and you will be blessed.

Terry Mitchell

While I don't agree with everything in this post, I do wholeheartedly agree with the assertion that Hollywood is infatuated with homosexuality. In fact, as I've said in my blog several times, they worship homosexuality! Now, that's a place where political correctness has run amuck!

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