Play the Man Participant's Guide

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Play the man. Make the man.

Somewhere along the way, our culture lost its definition of manhood, leaving generations of men and men-to-be confused about their roles, responsibilities, relationships, and the reason God made them men. It's in this "no man's land" that New York Times bestselling author Mark Batterson declares his mantra for manhood: play the man.

In this inspiring call to something greater, Mark helps men understand what it means to be a man of God. He couples inspiring stories of manhood, including the true story of the hero and martyr Polycarp, with practical ideas about how to disciple the next generation of men who will settle for nothing less than fulfilling their highest calling to be the man and the father God has destined them to be.


FOUR SESSIONS
1. Rewilding
2. The Seven Virtues of Manhood
3. Be a Man!
4. Rite of Passage


Mark Batterson is the New York Times bestselling author of The Circle Maker, The Grave Robber, A Trip around the Sun, and If. He is the lead pastor of National Community Church, one church with eight campuses in Washington, DC. Mark has a doctor of ministry degree from Regent University and lives on Capitol Hill with his wife, Lora, and their three children. Learn more at www.markbatterson.com.


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For downloadable support materials and bonus helps, visit www.markbatterson.com.

Contributors

Mark Batterson, Author

Mark Batterson is the New York Times bestselling author of The Circle Maker, The Grave Robber, A Trip around the Sun, and If. He is the lead pastor of National Community Church, one church with eight campuses in Washington, DC. Mark has a doctor of ministry degree from Regent University and lives on Capitol Hill with his wife, Lora, and their three children. Learn more at www.markbatterson.com.

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