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Tears of a Man

“Son I am so proud of you. Great job today. You did so good,” said a father to his son. For a man, for a boy, those are the words we long for. It doesn’t matter how tough you are, how disconnected or close...

Just Say No, to Pot

“Just Say No” was an advertising campaign, part of the U.S. “War on Drugs”, prevalent during the 1980s and early 1990s, to discourage children from engaging in illegal recreational drug use by offering various ways of saying no. The slogan was created and championed by First Lady Nancy Reagan during her husband’s presidency. “Just Say...

Gear Head

When I was in the elementary grades at school my dad was around. I got to experience his hands working on things. Building things, fixing things, tinkering. I was also the beneficiary of his gift giving. Not only did we get Red Ryder BB...

You are Not Who Gillette Says You Are

The most recent attack on our boys is a commercial by Gillet razors. They claim you and your boys are by design brutal, mean, beast that need taming. They claim you, we, are raising our boys with toxic masculinity. It was last year the...

Christmas Was Everywhere, Well Everywhere Except…

The lights of Las Vegas were especially bright and colorful that week, it was Christmas. Everywhere you looked there were reminders that the season was upon us. I was happy to be there working and happy to see my dad. Dad left our family...

Life with Rounded Edges

I met Darius on a beautiful Saturday at the ballpark. I was sitting in the front seat of my truck pulled up to face the backstop. Ah yes, front row seat. I made sure I jumped out each time Taylor was on the field...

Seasons Come – Seasons Go and Satan is Mayhem

My friends up north and on the east coast make fun of us in Texas because our seasons don’t have real big differences in temperatures or a fall leaves color change. I can agree with them to a point. Deal is cactus and mesquite...

Saving Our Boys from this World

The tree towered over our whole backyard, or at least it seemed. We would climb it to see out across the roof tops and into the far-away yards. It is the tree I remember most growing up, if I think about trees. We called...

How to Care for Your Pastor KOZ Style

So often today folks go to church, have a cup of coffee, joke with some friends, sit and listen, then try to be the first in line at the Sunday lunch restaurant. Now of course there are a lot of folks who also get...

Mens Ministry Tools Approved for The Heart

Robert Lewis, John Eldredge, NCMM; You need materials that do not point to religion but a mans heart if you want to draw him in. So that can be a strong comment if taken the wrong way. “What, are you talking bad about my...
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