False Roads to Manhood: What Women Need to Know, what Men Need to Understand

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FC Publishing, LLC, 2005 - Self-Help - 284 pages
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False Roads To Manhood chronicles the journeys that men pursue when life hurts. It is God's divine purpose for men to get off the counterfeit roads to rebuild and revolutionize manhood. As powerful men of excellence, men can unashamedly surrender their pain. The book is a critical analysis of men's deep inner emotions. It is a book of adventure, suspense and intrigue spanning a seven-year voyage into the heart and soul of manhood. Written with surgical precision, it guides men on an extraordinary journey through their souls, not only to help men understand themselves but informs women about today's "Adam" in Christ who are on a trek for life's true purpose. Chase uncovers answers and presents a state of the union address that shares wisdom, knowledge, and understanding with women while disclosing the hidden truths behind manhood through personal accounts from men of varying backgrounds. This powerful book of healing has already begun to touch the souls of men and women from all walks of life.

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About the author (2005)

Frank Chase Jr., a native of Baltimore, Maryland, served in the United States Army and is now an ordained minister at Emmanuel Church International in Decatur, Alabama. Frank also serves as a contributing writer and editor for the Church's newsletter, The Flame. As a minister, he has served as a teacher, counselor, mentor and leader in men's ministries and is also a noted conference speaker. He is a graduate of Washington State University and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications with a minor in Sociology. Frank has authored and published numerous religious and relationship articles for newspapers, online magazines and print media. He has appeared on many television and radio programs as a recurring guest. Frank lives with his wife Teresa in Alabama and is the father of six children.

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