Being a godly dad is tough. These will help.
Welcome to the Manhood Journey Field Guides.


Most dads feel overwhelmed—or worse—like failures. Time for feeling this way is OVER. We took your most-pressing struggles and matched them up with battle-proven, busy leaders (oh, and dads!) to give you theologically deep and super-practical help. You CAN be the dad God calls you to be!




5 reasons you’ll love these Field Guides


Quick read


You can read one in an hour or two. Unless, you’re a slow reader. Then, it’ll be, like three.


Single issue


Let’s be honest, most of us do better if we focus on one thing at a time. Just sayin.


Well written


Pastors, business leaders and gifted communicators (who are also dads!) poured great wisdom into these guides.



Super cheap


Grow as a godly dad for the price of lunch and support Manhood Journey. Win-win.


Instant access


They’re eBooks, so you can have them right now, to counteract bad-dad-emergencies.





10 field guides cover these key areas



You’re always angry.


Do you feel angry all the time? You can learn how to inject grace and peace into your family.



Culture’s pulling your child away.


There is a war going on. If you aren’t fighting it—you’re losing. You can win the battle between culture and your child.



You feel distant from your child.


You can learn how to connect with your child like never before.



Living with failure and regret.


You don’t have to live in your past failure or walk around with regret.



Not sure whether you’re winning or losing as a dad?


This Field Guide will help you decide if you’re winning or losing—and how you can actually win.



Your child feels distant from you.


You can break the barriers and pull your child closer by asking smarter questions.



You’re fighting the wrong enemy.


There is an enemy. It’s not who you’re fighting now. Learn to fight the right enemy so you win the real war.



You feel overwhelmed and unfocused at home and in life.


You can be intentional at home and in life.



You’ve failed in the past.


You can turn your past failures into gospel conversations.



You’re tired of being tired.


You can learn to thrive at work and at home.