Dr. Joe Martin is an award-winning international speaker, author, educator, and certified “man builder.” He’s authored or co-authored nine books, including Are You the Man: 201 Lessons I Wish My Dad Would Have Taught Me and The Real Man Spiritual Leader Blueprint. Joe has given more than 750 presentations on 4 different continents, and was voted “National Speaker of the Year” by the APCA. He’s also the host of Real Men Connect, the #1-rated radio podcast on Apple Podcasts for Christian Men. Joe has made national appearances on ABC, NBC, TBN, and has been featured in USA Today.
Joe serves as a guest columnist for several national online publications including: All-Pro Dad™, Lifeway™ Men, and Promise Keepers™. His story of redemption from abject poverty, abandonment, abuse, and addiction has inspired him to mentor, support, and multiply men who desire to change the world for Christ. Joe now focuses on helping men become the best versions of themselves through coaching and online community groups, all built on faith. From his books to his “man-formation” training videos, Joe offers the resources to help men go from “good” to “great,” God’s way.
In this episode, Dr. Martin and I discussed why men are frustrated, confused, or discouraged and feel they don't have adequate resources to be the best husbands and fathers they can be. His story of redemption from abject poverty, abandonment, abuse, and addiction has inspired him to mentor, support, and multiply men who desire to change the world for Christ.
Dr. Martin told me about how men get caught up in superficial definitions of manhood that cause them to view themselves as less-than if they don't measure up by those worldly standards. However, when men learn of their true potential, and follow the right manly examples, manhood is so much more than those superficial standards!
Connect with Dr. Martin:
Go to https://www.realmenconnect.com/
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