Jul 6, 2023
In the second part of this
conversation, Jay Heck reaffirms his encouragement for fathers to
take risks, invite their children on adventures, and actively
listen to God. He also explores the necessity of community and the
courage needed to be curious.
NOTES for today's conversation
- Masculinity bestows
- Learn how to dialogue with Jesus instead of
- There are questions you can only get answered
when in community with others.
- Curiosity takes courage.
Jay Heck is the founder and
director of Being Songs, a ministry helping men discover that
authentic, fearless, God-designed manhood begins by being a
- 10:34 -
"Jesus had the entire Scripture memorized and better understood
than any human being in all of human history. If that's all that He
needed, then why did God break all the rules at the River Jordan
and say to Him, You are my beloved son, out loud so everybody could
hear. I mean, if He needed it, I need it."
- 16:45 - "He
asks questions to disrupt us. We're not intended to have the answer
in that moment, we're intended to flush the answer out. And I
realized very quickly, I cannot discover the answer to this
question in isolation. It has to be, can only come through other
men. Because in that moment, not only was He helping me realize the
root of all of my anger. He was helping me understand the root of
all men's angers and fears and pornography and in addiction to
liquor and all this other stuff is just because life is hard,
because it's up to me."
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