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This episode is a call to arms. A trumpet call for every man to rise up and experience the freedom that God has given you through your faith in Jesus Christ. More often, we as men try to find and live out this freedom on our own, forgetting that Jesus is the only one who can rescue us. Dave Brown, pastor at large and appointee to former President Ronald Reagan, joins Men Unplugged with Jeff Jerina to give you the game plan for living in the power, grace and freedom of the Gospel. By executing this plan in your life, you’ll learn how to reject passivity in your life and live for God’s glory and His Kingdom.
Dave Brown is the Director and Pastor-at-Large of the Washington Area Coalition of Men’s Ministries,a non-denominational ministry to develop and encourage ministries to men in the mid-Atlantic region. Founded in 1999, WACMM is one of the oldest and largest coalitions of local men’s ministries in the nation. He served thirty years in the Federal Government holding senior policy and management positions in the U.S. Congress, the Executive Office of the President and the Executive Branch, where he was a member of the Senior Executive Service (SES). From 1981-1989, he served as an appointee of President Ronald Reagan. After his retirement in 1998, he worked as a consultant to federal agencies and corporations in leadership development and organizational change.
- Ministering to men is the most important ministry in a church
- As go the men, so go the marriages, the family, communities, cultures, churches
- The enemy will do anything he can do to take men out
- As a man you need to reject passivity, reject isolation.
- Live everyday expecting a greater reward – maintaining the eternal perspective (2 Corinthians 4:16-18)
- You lead courageously when you love unconditionally and sacrificially
- To engage in any battle of your life it requires companionship and discipline