Take Your Place 3 Part Series
In today’s world standing out is easy if you are a man. All we have to do is to take responsibility for and follow through on our commitments. Amazingly, this kind of man is in high demand but low supply – ask the women and children left holding the bag and struggling to survive because they were trusting a boy hiding inside of a man’s body. A man takes his place – he doesn’t abdicate, send someone else, or “phone-in” what he alone must do. Join pastor and men’s expert Kenny Luck for this three part series on identity and responsibility.
Most men don’t wake up to a new day and say to themselves: “I want to ruin my life today.” Typically, men simply start losing perspective on themselves or lose a clear vision of who they are and what they alone are responsible for. Void of a strong vision, they stop showing up in the spaces of life that require their presence and they start wandering into unhealthy situations – alone. For God’s man, we fail to take our place and stop taking the territory God intends for us to possess when our vision of God gets polluted. We are start taking liberties we shouldn’t and getting complacent. We stop leading and start losing ground. In session one pastor and men’s expert Kenny Luck shows us the warning signs of a man losing his vision and the consequences of not taking your unique, God-ordained place.
Every generation of men inherits the choices and connected consequences of the one before it. On a more personal level, every man will both inherit and pass on a personal mantle of leadership or a personal mess to the next generation. You may be that next generation man who is being called to take on a mantle of leadership or you may be the one being called to pass on a legacy. You are either taking someone else’s place or someone is taking your place. In session two pastor and men’s expert Kenny Luck helps men navigate this transition so that the next generation successfully receives its mantle and the current generation successfully passes it on.
Every man is uniquely timed, placed, and tasked to take his place in God’s unfolding earthly and eternal plan. Accepting this reality and living in light of it requires a strong identity and even stronger perspectives on eternity, brevity of time on earth, and our personal accountability to God. In session three pastor and men’s expert Kenny Luck explores how a strong identity in God drives the right energy and expression needed to take your place in His Kingdom.