God calls men to transcend Adam's silence
Becoming men of courage in a chaotic world
Adam's silence addresses the issue of male struggles with seriousness and depth, and highlights the particular difficulties men face in relationships. The authors emphasize the extraordinary vocation that men have to reflect God in a typically masculine way, that is to say with strength full of tenderness. And they invite them to no longer let themselves be paralyzed by the fear of failure but to get up to act, by taking risks, by demonstrating true spiritual depth and by pursuing the impulses of their heart.
In these times when men are asking themselves fundamental questions, the work of Larry Crabb and his colleagues sheds necessary light on masculine identity, on what is wrong, and what we need to change to become real men of courage.
Larry Crabb is a world-renowned author and speaker. With extensive experience in the field of helping relationships, he currently works to promote a vision of the local Church as the place of learning where dependence on God and transformation result from genuine relationships between Christians.
Author: Larry Crab