Boot Camp–A Book For Men

There’s no doubt that the world has given men the wrong idea of what they should be. To help combat that on a really practical and biblical level, Mr. Jason Hardin has given us this fine volume “equipping men with integrity for spiritual warfare.” While on some level this book would appeal to any serious believer, it is geared to men. It works hand in hand with some recent literature by men like John Eldredge and Stephen Arterburn that has challenged and helped Christian men. It views the great challenges of life in the context of being a man.

Part One addresses the big picture and what a man with integrity looks like. Part Two, my favorite, discusses what must be dealt with to be such a man. The issues are in an order that especially makes sense for men–selfishness, sexual immorality, idolatry, jealousy, anger, sins of the tongue, and hypocrisy. I felt convicted in every chapter, and as he hoped, challenged. I thought the chapter on selfishness was exceptionally well done.

Part Three offers the strong enticement to put on the Lord’s armory. It was the perfect climax for such a book.

The book looks sharp and can help newer Christians while still being profitable for seasoned ones. I applaud any effort to reach men, which is such a need in our day. I pray this volume can help many! I recommend it!

I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 .


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