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In this teaching session on Biblical manhood, Paul
Washer shows how our society has drifted from a right
understanding of what a man is.
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So helpful! Brother Paul gives a rounded Bible teaching on manhood, especially fatherhood. He stresses the importance for boys of spending time with their fathers and godly Christian men, as opposed to spending it with other boys. He stresses the importance of a father's responsibility to disciple his children. He looks at father-son discipleship throughout church history, particularly with the Puritans, and finds fault with the modern church method of using a youth group and sunday school to teach the children. Mr. Washer contests that when Pastors and fathers preach and teach the Word of God, it is the right setting for children to learn, and that children will not be missing out because they didn't have a youth pastor or sunday school teacher.
This sermon contains very valuable advice. If only I could have had heard this message as young teenager! Please share it with young Christian men--and fathers--in your life.
Great Sermon! The absolute truth.
Enjoying your sermons tremendously.
Food for thought.
Open invitation for visit to Namibia.
matt Jones (7/16/2013)
Eve Gorospe (6/22/2013)
Great Sermon! Thank you pastor Paul.
Lance Marchetti (11/24/2011)
from East London-South Africa
Seemingly Impossible Paul, these words of yours hurt so much more in this century... It seems impossible to raise my boy Codi among real men. He's off to Sunday school every Sunday with the ladies, and I get told to sit in church! This is painful and makes me weep. What can I do?
from waterloo iowa
Great Sermon! I come from home that father was alky and died at 41...the last 3 years of his life i was the parent...being a dad has been very hard...thank you for some truth even though most of mine are older now i still have 1 left...God Bless...kev
Scarlett Knieip (7/25/2011)
from Redding, CA
Wonderful Sermon! I just listened to this sermon today and found it to be extremely true to the Word and something more men need to hear these days. Many believers in the church of today have steered far away from the real interpretation of Biblical manhood. Paul Washer is right on with the unchanging Word of God. Thank you for sharing! This was such a blessing and so refreshing, especially in light of this day and age. I will be sure to share this with others. God bless your sermon ministry!
In our Lord,
Sharon Li (7/12/2011)
from Rosemead, California
Great Sermon! Dr.Washer: Are you going to give a sermon of "What a woman is not"? I want to learn more to be a godly woman and a responsible biblical woman.
Steve Brown (5/17/2011)
from Chattanooga TN
Great Sermon! wonderful message - not popular among mainline Protestants, but wonderful. Thank you.
Great Sermon! Solid teaching on biblical manhood.
One reason, I managed to escape the middle life crisis, with its temptations and tribulations, was my attachment to God. Paul has done a great work to show us how far away we are from the truth- and the little steps we can take to come closer.
Great Sermon! Excellant. Please note, Paul Washer is NOT advocating "authoritarianism" (as one commenter seems to suggest here); nowhere does he say that. There is a HUGE difference between Godly authority and authoritarianism (ungodly authority). People often make the mistake of thinking biblical authority equates with authoritarianism. It does NOT. There are three types of parenting: authoritative, authoritarian, and permissive. The proper and legitimate one is authoritative. Authoritarianism is for dictators. Paul Washer is teaching a very healthy and biblical parenting model and manhood model here which only a rebellious pagan would find fault with.
francisco cordoba (5/8/2011)
a must listening preach for young men I confess I get into this preach looking for advice on dating. And after hearing I comprehend our call to be the man of the home by yransforming our family lives and not utoic dreams of change yhe world. Great for you Paul. A truth
Awakening Message! Contrary to the modern saying that "It's all good", the speaker is right, "It's all wrong"..."It's all bad"! Oh how politically incorrect, but true!
The destruction of the 5th commandment has been the degradation of society, and the loss of God's Social Order has left us in chaos. All has been replaced by Equality, Education (government schools) and Entertainment (indoctrination thru TV), and all by design of the "powers that be" for a democratic new world order which hates traditional authority.
The speaker mentions history, and the Civil War began the revolution. For it was there that strife began, the 'master-servant' relation was severed as wrong; then came the 1900s Feminism (husband-wife, man-woman) on its heels; then came the 1960s Generation Gap (fathers-children) and anti-authoritarianism; and now the homosexual agenda based upon pretended "equality" and "human rights" as well.
*Democracy and communist principles have destroyed Christian biblical social order for the last 150 years*. America has had its own French Revolution that has destroyed the moral and social foundations of family, church and society.
Real Christian men will not conform to this generation, but justly resist and expose it, even though it be politically-incorrect.
from south africa
Great Sermon! as a sinner, at times indoubt, i pray and God in His infinite wisdom and timing answers my humble prayers with your sermon, thank you Brother Paul