As men, the enemy is working overtime to come against us in various ways. One of the chief ways the enemy attacks men is through the idea that we can handle the fight, go it alone, and take care of it ourselves. While this might be true in some areas of life, it is certainly not true when it comes to being the men that God has called us to be, stepping into the unique spiritual roles God is calling us to, and fully living out our destiny in Jesus Christ.


Whether it’s a bible study, corn hole tournament, hike or bike ride; praying with some guys or going to a Giants game; sharing some of your darkest secrets, or backpacking in the high country, God wants to meet us as men.

We all are on the same journey. Let’s link arms, stand against our enemy and take ground for our families, SRCC, Santa Rosa, and God’s Kingdom.


Book: Becoming a King

Journey with Morgan Snyder as he walks alongside men (and the women who love and encourage them) to rediscover the path of inner transformation. Becoming a King is an invitation into a radical reconstruction of much of what we’ve come to believe about God, masculinity, and the meaning of life.

Book: The Intentional Father

Self-initiation is killing our young men. Without strong mentors, boys are walking alone into a wilderness of conflicting messages about who they should be as men. It’s no wonder that our sons are confused about what the world expects from them and what they should expect of themselves.

The Intentional Father is the antidote. This concise book is filled with practical steps to help men raise sons of consequence–young men who know what they believe, know who they are, and will stand up against the negative cultural trends of our day. Jon Tyson lays out a clear path for fathers and sons that includes specific activities, rites of passage, and significant “marking moments” that can be customized to fit any family.

It’s not enough to hope our sons will become good men. We need them to be good at being men. This book shows how fathers, grandfathers, and other male mentors can lead the way.

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