An excellent DVD has just been released this month and is available nationwide. I'd encourage all to obtain a copy and view it with as many as are interested. May God bless the producers and promoters of this documentary,and may this message bear much fruit in the lives of all who see and hear. Act Like Men: A Titanic Lesson in Manliness (DVD)Running Time: 45 minutes Its no secret that men are struggling. Years of ridicule and political correctness have left men passive, lazy, cowardly, selfish, and confused about their identities. If there ever was a time when manhood was under attack, this is it. History shows that civilizations fall when manhood breaks down. What do we see? Western civilization is in shambles. Crime, divorce, fatherlessness, and immaturity are all on the rise, and the destruction of the family is not far behind. 100 years ago, courageous men sprang into action when the R.M.S. Titanic struck an iceberg and sank. These men paid the ultimate price to ensure that women and children were saved. What did they know about manliness that we have forgotten? How is women and children first relevant today? Will our civilization survive the decline of manliness? What does it really mean to be a man?In Act Like Men, viewers will be challenged and inspired as we explore these questions and seek to reclaim a biblical vision for manliness.
Listen to this 20 minute interview with 19 year old Shad Eash.The documentary "Act Like Men" was written by this young man(Shad)who is the brother of the producer Scott Eash.http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=41112121368
1 Cor. 16:13 Watch ye, stand firm in the faith, ACT LIKE MEN, be valiant. He advises them to act like men, and be strong: Act the manly, firm, and resolved part: behave strenuously, in opposition to the bad men who would divide and corrupt you, those who would split you into factions or seduce you from the faith: be not terrified nor inveigled by them; but show yourselves men in Christ, by your steadiness, by your sound judgment and firm resolution. Note, Christians should be manly and firm in all their contests with their enemies, in defending their faith, and maintaining their integrity. They should, in an especial manner, be so in those points of faith that lie at the foundation of sound and practical religion, such as were attacked among the Corinthians: these must be maintained with solid judgment and strong resolution. - Henry