You’ve never met William Joseph Weber either. Let me tell you a little bit about him. [. . .] he never knew a family or a real, permanent home. He never experienced any of the things we normally consider healthy in a “family of origin.” But somewhere along the line, William Weber found Jesus Christ. He determined to put his “confidence in God and keep His commandments” (Psalm 78:7). No, he never knew his own father. But he pursued the ultimate Father. Reading wasn’t easy for him, but he did it. Of all the books in my library today, my favorite is one of hisa worn, broken old copy of Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the New Testament. You can still find traces of his fingerprints there from the coal dust on his hands. My grandfather pursued the Father. His son, Byron, [ … ]
Every Man's Purpose, Every Woman's Dream, Every Child's Hope
Apr 15, 2006 | 288 Pages
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About Tender Warrior
The definition of manhood itself is obscured by a culture in moral free fall. But this book cuts through the fog and defines a powerful blueprint for being the man—the Tender Warrior—that God desires for you and your family. Written in a warm, personal style, Weber presents the characteristics of tender warriors—including learning to speak the language of women, watching out for what lies ahead, and keeping commitments—in an upfront, straightforward style that challenges readers to realize God’s plan for men.
Stu Weber’s now classic teaching on a man’s vigilance, staying power, and consideration for the women in his life will move you to pursue the man you were created to be.
Praise for Tender Warrior
“Tender Warrior provides hope for men by challenging their assumptions and shaping their convictions. Read it. Devour it. Then live it. This is the time for real men to emerge.”
—Dennis Rainey, executive director, FamilyLife
“In a day when our culture is at once confused and concerned over gender identity, men everywhere would to do well to recalibrate their personal compasses by the biblical benchmarks found in Tender Warrior . I highly recommend this book!”
—Dr. Bruce Wilkinson , New York Times bestselling author
About Stu WeberStu Weber was senior pastor of Good Shepherd Community Church near Gresham, Oregon for more than three decades. He is a much-in-demand international speaker and the author of the popular Four Pillars of a Man’s Heart, All the King’s Men, and Along the Road to Manhood. He and his wife, Linda, have three children, Kent, Blake, and Ryan.
288 pages | Published by Multnomah
On Sale Date: Apr 15, 2006
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Young men aspire to it. Women admire it. Yet the definition of manhood itself is obscured by a culture in moral free fall. This book cuts through the fog and defines a powerful blueprint for being the manthe Tender Warriorthat God desires for you and your family.
Written in a warm, personal style, Weber presents the characteristics of tender warriorsincluding learning to speak the language of women, watching out for what lies ahead, and keeping commitmentsin an upfront, straightforward style that challenges readers to realize Gods plan for men.
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I requested Tender Warrior by Stu Webber for my husband to read and give me his feedback. This was pretty much forever ago, as life got busy and he never got a chance to read it. It got shelved and (to be completely honest) forgotten about. Until I ran into the Blogging for Books twitter feed and was reminded I had the book lying around. Time to drag it out and read it myself!â??"Every manâ??s purpose. Every womanâ??s dream. Every childâ??s...
Tender Warrior is another great read by Stu Weber. (OK, transparency hereâ?¦I really like Stu Weber). This book, like many of his works speaks of the warrior ethosâ?¦the man codeâ?¦the need for men to take their rightful and created roles seriously as the leaders of their homes, communities, and churches. Weber shares wisdom hereâ?¦using imagery and stories that connect with men. For too long, the culture has defined â??"churchâ? or...
Here is the hinge of Stu Weberâ??s book: it is not only possible but appropriate that Christian men be both compassionate and strong. The possibility of doing so is based in the power of God. The appropriateness is found in following the example of Christ, because we see both attitudes in fullness in Him. Weberâ??s work is peppered with anecdotes and explanations, and has aged fairly well since I read it in the mid-90s. A few of the life...
"He is an initiator and she is a responder. That's masculinity and femininity in the proverbial nutshell" (128). I start with that, because so many readers evaluate books solely upon whether the author's view of gender roles agrees with theirs. If you believe in firm roles for men and women, husbands and wives, you will appreciate this book's message. Complementarianism is written on every page. Stu Weber wrote this book to paint a...
In 1990 Jungian psychologist Robert Moore and co-author Douglas Gillette wrote King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine. Moore and Gillette referred to four blueprints, in Stu Weber's Tender Warrior: Every Man's Purpose, Every Woman's Dream, Every Child's Hope he calls them fingerprints. All the authors argue that in order to become a complete man, a man must be intentional in his efforts to...