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The Men in the Arena podcast is designed for Christian men in the stress bubble of life: married, with kids, building your career and trying to follow God and lead your family well. We'll help you become your best version, equipping you to honor God in your marriage, parenting, work, church and community!

Monday's podcast is a high-octane interview with an expert in the realm of masculinity and Christian manhood, with authors like John Eldredge, Gary Chapman, Gene Getz, Patrick Morely, and Emerson Eggerich. We read their books and boil down their teachings into a powerful interview to help you learn from their expertise.

Thursday's podcast is Equipping Men in Ten - a ten-minute, laser-focused teaching from Jim Ramos to help you become your best version of a man.

Your host is bestselling author and speaker Jim Ramos. Jim has authored 9 books, including the bestseller 'Strong Men Dangerous Times: 5 Essentials Every Man Must Possess to Change His World', 'Tell Them: What Great Fathers Tell Their Sons and Daughters', ‘The Field Guide: A Bathroom Book for Men’, and the 5-book Strong Men Study Guide men's small group curriculum. Jim's high-energy storytelling and conviction will call you out, build you up, and motivate you to change.

The Men in the Arena are calling you into the Arena of manhood. We're calling you out of the faceless, nameless bleachers, and calling you UP to be the best version of you. Because when a man gets it, everyone wins.

Apr 18, 2019

Adversities will shape a man. You choose whether that is for better or worse.

Pete Hohmann is a husband, a father to 3 amazing people, and a pastor. In that order. He is a childhood sexual abuse survivor. He is a compulsive gambler and alcoholic with 13 years clean and sober.

Pete is a guy that spent far too much time wallowing in his hurt, and it almost cost him everything. As a former worship pastor in a large church, he blew out spectacularly when his senior pastor was accused of child molestation. He fell into a 6-year-long, alcohol-fueled haze of anger and depression. His story is compelling. If we will allow him to, God can redeem any situation.

            Through circumstances, his family wound up moving 500 miles away from their comfort zone and safety net of family and friends. He hit rock bottom the day his youngest was born, March 15, 2006. That day, his wife told him to get better or get out. Pete met Jesus.

Boots on the ground: Think of the person who hurt you and go to Luke 6:27-28. Work through this. Start praying about the person who hurt you. Then work on praying for them.