Item description for Cut to the Chase: Funny, Challenging and Straight Talking for Men by Lee Jackson & Baz Gascoyne...
Overview An encouraging and witty book for men about discovering what it means to be truly masculine.
Publishers Description The sequel to Dead Men Walking, encouraging men to discover what it means to be truly masculine.Baz and Lee (authors of Dead Men Walking) once again provide an astonishingly frank, honest and bold account of what it means to be a man trying to follow the ways of Jesus in the 21st century.How do men harness their passion and aggression, give everything in relationships and ultimately attract more real men into a genuine relationship with God.This book is for all men but especially for those who are fed up of wearing masks and are desperate for reality with God, each other and themselves. Packed full of quotes, humour, information and true stories, it?'s raw, gritty and a breath of fresh air.There are questions for discussion at the end of each chapter.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.86" Width: 5.24" Height: 0.84" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher AUTHENTIC UK
ISBN 1860245447 ISBN13 9781860245442
Availability 0 units.
More About Lee Jackson & Baz Gascoyne
Lee Jackson's third Inspector Webb novel takes the reader into the forgotten world of the Victorian pleasure-garden, in a gripping mystery of garish gaslight and dark secrets. Lee Jackson lives in London. His first book, London Dust, was short-listed for the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger Award.
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Caution: will make you think! Jul 7, 2006
Ever talk with a group of guys and suddenly find the conversation getting deeper than sports and weather - and realize how uncomfortable some men are with the deeper thoughts? This book takes on many of the topics and will make you think, and challenge you to reconsider what you believe, and how what you believe affects what you do. It may offend some who like to live in a safe, padded world where no one ever gets hurt or have to get real.