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"Men Cry Too"

Event Date: 
Monday, May 20, 2013 - 7:00pm - Friday, May 24, 2013 - 7:00pm

What is the misery of a man? It is inability to express and/or reveal the hurt of being abused, rejected, misrepresented, misidentified, misunderstood, misplaced potential that leaves men under-utilized, under-appreciated, unsure of themselves, under pressure, unprotected as they are under constant attack. As a result, you have a man who is spiritually improvised and bankrupt. If a man is spiritually bankrupt, he cannot share what is required of him…….strength of faith and love.

A man’s faith is tied into his vision of his own life, and the life others as the priest and provider of the home. Consequently, a vision without faith is merely a daydream blowing in the wind of lifeless hope. The first step to realizing that potential; admit the hurt.

The time is now for a revival that will cause a Holy Spirit experience that is designed to bring exploration, transformation, restoration, deliverance for men who desperately need to acknowledge and express the pain, hurt; and the misery associated of being a man in today’s world. This revival will recapture the established vision, identity, and image of a man through the awesome imagination of Jesus Christ. It is time to believe and trust; that Jesus has been given to us as a gift from God to set men free from the burden of this misery of misguided attempts of manhood in the attempt to cover the guilt and shame associated with our pain. Only to conclude men have been walking in spiritual blindness caused by the damage we have suffered. It is time to set the captives free.......men cry too!

Organizer Information
Organizer name: 
Michael C. Rogers
Organizer e-mail: 
mcrpsalms103@yahoo.com

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