Item description for Way Of The Wild Heart Workbook by John Eldredge...
Overview Based on John's new trade book, The Way of the Wild Heart Workbook sheds light on the initiation into manhood, reaching out to men who lacked the spiritual role models to help lead them through this rite of passage. It will reach out to "unfinished men" and help them identify their weaknesses, baggage, and uncertainties that hinder them in becoming the individuals and the mentors that they strive to be.
Eldredge identifies six stages that all men go through: the beloved son, the cowboy ranger, the warrior, the lover, the king, and the sage. In this workbook, Eldredge presents a working, walking model that men can apply to their daily lives.
A map for the masculine journey.
Becoming the man God designed you to be, the man you long to be, and even dream of being, does not happen overnight. You know that. The path to manhood is a journey of discovery and experience, trial and adventure. In "The Way of the Wild Heart Manual," John Eldredge and Craig McConnell come alongside those men who long to have a guide to lead them through this rite of passage, this masculine initiation.
Filled with personal stories, illustrations from popular movies and books, and probing questions, this manual will set you on a heart-searching expedition to authentic masculinity through reflection, meditation, and experience. This vital companion to "The Way of the Wild Heart" is designed to help you know God as Father in a way you've never known him before. Guiding you through the six stages that all men must go through―the Beloved Son, the Cowboy Ranger, the Warrior, the Lover, the King, and the Sage―its discerning questions, key points, and exercises will help you discover the life that God intended for you as a man.
Ultimately, this is a walk "with" God. Let your Father Show you the way.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.82" Width: 7.1" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2006
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 1418514136 ISBN13 9781418514136 UPC 020049082812
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More About John Eldredge
John Eldredge is the director of Ransomed Heart in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a fellowship devoted to helping people discover the heart of God. John is the author of numerous books, including Walking with God, Fathered by God, Waking the Dead, Desire, and Love & War (with his wife Stasi). John and Stasi live in Colorado with their three sons. He is an avid outdoorsman who loves being in the wild.
John Eldredge lived in Colorado Springs, in the state of Colorado. John Eldredge was born in 1904 and died in 1961.
Reviews - What do customers think about Way Of The Wild Heart Workbook ?
Must Read For Any Man Feb 11, 2007
This book get's at some of the most important issues a man must learn to stuggle with if he is to become the man is his capable of becoming. This book tells you what you must do to capture the experience of your best moments and how to bring them into your everyday life.
This manual is a home run Jan 1, 2007
The "Way of the Wild Heart" manual is an excellent way to make use of the the book that John calls the follow up to "Wild at Heart". This manual helps a man to process and pull out what was relevant about his masculine journey. That is, it helps him to make sense of what he is discovering about himself as he reads the "Way of the Wild Heart" and this manual gives him a place to do something with that information. To just read "Way of the Wild Heart" and then set it down and go, "good book" is to short change yourself massively. Craig and John have done a good job on this manual. I do recommend dating the entries you make in the workbook as it helps you go back and make sense of things in order. (I don't necessarily do manuals in order.)