From the Marlboro Man to Pajama Boy: The “Evolution” of Manhood?

By Tim Wright on December 23, 2013

A Picture is Worth 1000 Words Marketers know this.  They know that images imprint themselves on our minds and on the collective soul of society.  Marketing images not only try to shape society’s perceptions, but sometimes they reflect at least…

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The Emasculation of Boyhood

By Tim Wright on December 15, 2013

It’s tough being a boy these days. Just ask 6-year-old Hunter Yelton who was suspended from school for sexual harassment; i.e., he kissed a girl on her hand. Just ask 10-year-old Johnny Jones who was suspended from school and threatened with…

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A Girl’s Santa Wish List

By Tim Wright on December 12, 2013

A Father: Who will protect me, guide me, encourage me, love me, and show me how to interact with good men. A Mom: Who will listen to my heart, who will support me, love me, and pour good feminine energy…

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A Boy’s Santa Wish List

By Tim Wright on December 10, 2013

A dad: Who will be involved in my life, who will teach me to be a good man, and who will be proud of me. A mom: Who will always love me and support me. Mentors: Good men who will…

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Why You Should Care About the “Boy Crisis”

By Tim Wright on December 4, 2013

My concern for the future of boys is personal.  I have two grandsons, both nearing age three.  I’m the pastor of a church with boys of all ages.  These are real boys, boys I care about, who are growing up…

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