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New Man Magazine featured an article about what's wrong 
with most men's discipleship efforts:
"We know that as go the men, so go the marriages, families, churches, communities and culture. Today these institutions are in crisis because men are in crisis...Men are largely disengaged, unchallenged,under-led, discouraged, and disconnected.  READ MORE
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Real Men Like Players in a Band
"God can show Himself as He really is only to real men. And that means not simply to men who are individually good, but to men who are united together in a body, loving one another, helping one another, showing Him to one another. For that is what God meant humanity to be like; like players in one band, or organs in one body." - C. S. Lewis
The Apostle Paul tells us how he knew he had crossed over into manhood. In 1 Corinthians 13: 11 he writes, "When I was a child, I used to speak like a child, think like a child, reason like a child, BUT WHEN I BECAME A MAN, I did away with childish things."

What a man surrenders to will determine his outcome as a man. Real manhood steps away from childish things. Real manhood means we courageously step up to whatever challenge, temptation or battle we face and do our duty, knowing and delighting in who we are in Christ. Check out these "man-on-the-street" interviews on "When Does a Boy Become a Man? HERE
For the past sixteen years WACMM has worked with over 700 churches in the region to help them in their ministry to men. Large and small churches alike, regardless of denomination, whether ministry start-ups or restarts or new initiatives, WACMM offers a range of ministry services and resources such as consulting, coaching, speaking, teaching and event planning tailored to meet your needs.
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"Jesus is the Vision for True Masculinity"
Below is an incredibly helpful, must-read article on biblical manhood by that will challenge you and encourage you!

"We need a vision for masculinity. We need a model. We need to see a man rooted and secure in his calling. A man with no crisis of identity--constantly trying to prove himself (Matthew 3:17). One who lived his life with passion and persistence. A man whose masculinity is worth imitating. Jesus is the vision for true masculinity. READ MORE
We can provide an upfront assessment of your ministry and coach you through a wide range of options and resources.Check out WACMM Brochure HERE 

WACMM also has a popular Speakers Bureau with some 
of the best men's speakers in the  country.
We can supply you a dynamic, expert speaker for your retreat, conference, workshop, dinner or breakfast. You'll get the highest quality presentation without the need to cover airfare, lodging and high honorarium to bring someone in from outside. For more info about WACMM services, resources and speakers, contact:
 Dave Brown dave@wacmm.org   or 240.447.1363
Apparently, he was in the elevator one day when a young woman came in. Proctor tipped his hat at her. She was offended and said, 'What is that supposed to mean?' The pastor's response was: 'Madame, by tipping my hat I was telling you several things. That I would not harm you in any way. That if someone came into this elevator and threatened you, I would defend you. That if you fell ill, I would tend to you and if necessary carry you to safety. I was telling you that even though I am a man and physically stronger than you, I will treat you with both respect and solicitude. But frankly, Madame, it would have taken too much time to tell you all of that; so, instead, I just tipped my hat."
Here's a wonderfully illustrative story of what it means to be an authentic man from the life of Samuel Proctor, Pastor of Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church:
Biblical Manhood as Chivalry
The Gospel 4 Men
"The power of the gospel comes in two movements. It first says, 'I am more sinful and flawed than I ever dared believe,' but then quickly follows with, 'I am more accepted and loved than I ever dared hope," 
- Tim Keller
One of our deepest concerns about the manhood crisis in our culture, and even in many churches, is the "War on Boys". Dr. Christina Hoff Sommers, a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC, has done extensive research and writing about what's happening to boys and young men in our culture. She is one of the keenest observers of this alarming trend and in this video clip she offers some practical ideas about how to help our boys to keep and enhance their masculine identity. Dr. Sommers rightly observes, "If boys are in trouble, so are we are!" Read More
The War On Boys - A Clarion Call To Dads
"We never 'get beyond the gospel' in our Christian life to something more 'advanced.' The gospel is not the first 'step' in a 'stairway' of truths, rather, it 
is more like the 'hub' in a 'wheel' of truth. The gospel is not just the A-B-Cs of Christianity, but it is the A to Z of Christianity. We are not justified by the gospel and then sanctified by obedience but the gospel is the way we grow (Galatians 3:1-3) and are renewed. (Col. 1:).... The main problem, then, in the Christian life is that we have not thought out the deep implications of the gospel ... The key to continual and deeper spiritual renewal and revival is the continual re-discovery of the gospel." - Dr. Tim Keller
We Men Need to Always Rediscover the Gospel
Over the last 17 years WACMM has earned the reputation for presenting some of the largest, most encouraging and equipping, and best-valued men's events anywhere in the nation.

The next such gathering will be Saturday, November 12, 2016 at Christian Fellowship Church in Ashburn VA (near Dulles Airport) from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM.. Join men of all ages and from different churches across the Region for a memorable, faith-affirming day. Big Day! Big Crowd! Don't get closed out!
Mark Your Calendar for THE Men's Event of 2016
Join WACMM & Others Supporting Biblical Marriage 
Marriage is among many words and institutions being redefined at an alarming clip: family, gender, tolerance, life, death and the U.S. Constitution itself. As we read through redemptive history as well as secular history, when God is defied or removed, there is no ultimate reference point for truth, right and wrong, good and evil or meaning and purpose. When everything therefore is relative, everyone does what was right in his own eyes (Judges 17:6). The uniquely American maxim of "everybody's entitled to their own opinion" has been jettisoned for "everybody's entitled to their own truth" (unless you claim truth comes from God). In the final analysis however, God will not be mocked (Gal. 6:7)

When I read the Supreme Court's edict legalizing  homosexual marriage and then saw the photos of the White House lit up in rainbow colors, I recalled the sobering scene near the end of the movie Saving Private Ryan where Captain Miller turns to Sergeant Horvath and says, "Mike, we have crossed some strange boundary here. The world has taken a turn for the surreal."
Our two nationally acclaimed keynoters for this Fall are Dr. Eric Mason 
and Dr. Russell Moore. Both will also be interviewed on stage and take questions from the audience. They will be joined by nine outstanding breakout session speakers. We'll have: (1) a special panel to honor our military and police, (2) be led in worship by the renowned Iron Men Praise Band,(3) have lots of opportunities for networking with men from around the region, and (4) offer up lots of giveaways and some pretty cool drawings. More Info and Online Registration and PDF Registration Form and PDF Conference Brochure Download  

In partnership with OneHeartDC, WACMM's non-denominational conferences are open to men of all ages and seasons of life from different backgrounds and churches. They start on time (8:30 am) and end at 3 pm (giving you the rest of your day) and are uniquely infomercial-free (no sales pitches).
Early bird discounts for five or more men registering together are available. Young men (13-22), active duty military, policemen, firemen, EMT, fathers and sons, pastors and disabled veterans receive special registration discounts. For more information, go to www.wacmm.org or contact conference director Jack Gleason john.gleason@regermail.com or 540.630.6394 
Eric Mason
Russell Moore