Man Alive DVD Study Resource: Transforming Your Seven Primal Needs into a Powerful Spiritual Life

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You don't have to settle for half alive.

Patrick Morley's groundbreaking book, Man Alive, shows men how to channel their seven primal needs into a powerful, transformed life. This DVD companion to his ...

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Overview

You don't have to settle for half alive.

Patrick Morley's groundbreaking book, Man Alive, shows men how to channel their seven primal needs into a powerful, transformed life. This DVD companion to his book presents eight highly engaging videos that make ideal conversation starters for groups.

Chapter 1: Powerful, Transformed You
Chapter 2: Every Man Has a Story
Chapter 3: A Father in Relentless Pursuit
Chapter 4: Created for a Life of Purpose
Chapter 5: Breaking the Cycle
Chapter 6: Soul Making
Chapter 7: To Love and Be Loved
Chapter 8: How a Man Makes His Mark

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781601423900
  • Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 1/17/2012
  • Format: DVD - NTSC
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

The author of eighteen books, PATRICK MORLEY, PhD, is best known for writing The Man in the Mirror, which has sold more than three million copies. He teaches a weekly Bible study to five thousand men, and is the founder of Man in the Mirror Ministries. He and his wife live in Winter Park, Florida.

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  • Posted January 25, 2012

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    Amen to that...

    Reviewed by Lori M for Readers Favorite

    He had me hooked from the very beginning with his story of Welles Crowther and how he had guided many evacuees of the World Trade Center to safety, but perished in the collapse of the towers. He challenges himself and other men to make a difference in the world, to make it a better place, like Welles Crowther did, to feel more alive by helping others. Crowther had dreams of being a public servant or a hero . . . as it turned out, he was both.

    This is a must-read book for men of all ages and I am definitely going to pass it along to my husband to read. Women share their feelings, but men bottle up their concerns about inadequacy and fear of failure. Men too need to understand how God has a plan for them and created them, to borrow an Army slogan, to “Be All That They Can Be.”

    Written in down-to-earth language as though he is sitting in your own living room having a personal conversation with you, this book is a wonderful non-preachy opportunity for men to understand that God DOES care about them personally. I like the reflection and discussion questions at the end of each chapter to help the reader reflect back on what he has learned and how to apply it. He tells the busy man, “Your most important small group, prayer group, fellowship group, discipleship group, and ministry is your family.” Amen to that, Patrick Morley. Well done.

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