Disciplines Of A Godly Man has been speaking to the hearts of men for the past 10 years, and it continues to be timeless in its message. Using engaging illustrations, scriptural wisdom, practical suggestions and study questions, Kent Hughes offers a frank biblical discussion on major areas of Christian manhood: family, godliness, leadership, ministry and more. Called "an inspiring and practical guide for men who seek to reflect God's glory in their lives," this newly revisited edition is for every man who wants to know what it means to be a Christian in today's world.
Essential listening / reading for every man
- I must say that I found...
I must say that I found myself shaking my head over and over as the words being spoken struck me deep. Just when I thought I had discovered a chapter that I would “do well in,” I quickly found out that I fell far short of the mark. Nonetheless, I was comforted by the words of the author as he lovingly challenged me to sweat for the sake of godliness. This will be an audiobook I will listen to on a regular basis as I am sure I will need the reminder over and over of just how much work the Christian life is this side of heaven.
For those Christian men who do not have the time to read a book like Disciplines of a Godly Man, I would highly recommend picking up an audio copy. You will be humbled by listening to it and, Lord willing, driven more into a relationship with God your Father through the experience.
- This production is for the man...
This production is for the man of God who wants to take the next step of faith. Hughes dives into all areas of a man's life. This work is the first in a trilogy; the second title, written by his wife, focuses on women, and the third, written with his wife, focuses on family. Wayne Shepherd gives an inconsistent narration, with obvious audio level changes and some mispronunciations (sometimes of theological terms). While the level changes are a bit distracting, the production is clearly audible and well paced, and the strong, meaty text is well worth the effort of listening through these small distractions. Hughes offers a well-written book on a topic vital to today's men of faith. S.M.M. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine