Men today are in a battle. It’s a battle without bullets or bombs, but a battle all the same. It’s a fight for our families and our future. Facing the battles of life demands courage, and courage is the ability to do the hard thing in every circumstance, despite the cost. Winston Churchill said,
“There comes into the life of every man a task for which he and he alone is uniquely suited. What a shame if that moment finds him either unwilling or unprepared for that which would become his finest hour.”
In Stepping Up Dennis Rainey, cofounder of FamilyLife®, calls men to courageous manhood, offering a powerful vision for what it means to be a man today who truly conquers and wins in life. He defines courage throughout the five stages of manhood and commissions men to honestly evaluate where they stand. Then, he prepares men to bravely master their life purpose by developing a strategic plan and establishing a winning vision.
Stepping Up features over twenty renowned ministry leaders who challenge men to dig deep into what it means to live godly and courageous lives and present transferable concepts for applying the teachings to life. The video sessions also feature man-on-the-street interviews, humorous vignettes, and engaging personal stories that bring home the truths in memorable ways.
Testimonies of men attest Stepping Up can have life-changing impact. Since Stepping Up released in 2012, more than 200,000 have participated in the event or series, with 98 percent* saying they would recommend it to other men. (Based on a 2014 online survey of men who hosted or led a Stepping Up video event or video series.)
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Facilitated by experienced mentors, the Stepping Up video series dives deep into the topic of biblical manhood, calling every man to reject passivity and step up to lead with courage in all areas of life.
In ten sessions, participants of this men’s small-group study will be challenged to strengthen bonds with fellow group members, form godly habits, claim more personal victories, share testimonies and ongoing experiences, establishing accountability with other men.
Imro Strok (married 20 years) : Stepping Up helped me realise the need to take the initiative to lead my family by God's leading. I must take the role of a husband seriously. God wants husbands to be the spiritual leader of our family. I will use this material to disciple other men.
Wong Say Jon (married 2 years) : I enjoyed the definition of courage, as it is something that we have not thought about. Aside from that, the videos provided clear examples on how to go through the real life scenarios. I think I am able to better grasp the concept of a marriage, and God's purpose of a spouse.
The best way to understand and appreciate the Stepping Up video series is to give it a try.
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Essential for the small-group study experience, the workbook correlates to the 10 video sessions and provides additional thought-provoking content, small-group discussion questions, and three days of follow-up exercises for men to finish on their own.
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