"Brotherhood is another word for the holding of history and narrative in such a way that removes isolation, creates a context for connection, and allows men to enter one another's world without judgement, comparison, or competition. Brotherhood's focus is not on content to be learned or the proper exegesis of a passage or the conformity to a certain ideology.
Its focus is to know and be known by other men. For men to be "brothers" means for them to not only know each other's depravity, but to hold tightly to one another's glory in order to see each other become the man God intended for them to be. A brother is an ally of the Father on my behalf ."
"Before going through the Brotherhood Primer I felt very disconnected and I avoided people knowing me on any kind of deeper and authentic level. The journey through the Primer has added purpose and meaning in how I show up as husband, farther and friend. It’s given me a strong vision for my life moving forward with a band of brothers."
This 10-week primer will help small groups of men form deep long-lasting masculine friendships
Invite 3-5 other men to be part of the process with you
Walk away with men who know you deeply
And yet today's culture glorifies the independent, self made man.
We believe all men should be rooted in brotherhood. Join the thousands of other men who have broken free from isolation and experienced all God has desired for them.
There is something is at the very center of every man’s heart. We live in a culture that has so ultimately demolished the notion of male-male relationship – either hyper-sexualizing it or completely belittling it that we have lost any true sense of what it means to be close to another guy. The reality is, though, that at the core of our man-beings is a hunger and need for other men. We know it. We feel it.
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"We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers."