Pastor and Key Leader
- Session 1 | Welcome
- Session 2 | What To Expect
- Session 3 | The Story of a Man
- Session 4 | Creating a Culture of Manhood in the Church
- Session 5 | Stepping Up to Leadership
- Session 6 | The Problem with Accountability
- Session 7 | The 7-Step Strategy for Cultural Change
- Session 8 | The Language of Men
- Session 9 | The Qualities of a Capable Man
- Session 10 | A Personal Note from Neil Kennedy
Please Note: These sessions are for Pastor and Key Leaders only. Access is restricted to all others.
Engage Video Curriculum
Five Passions of Authentic Manhood
God placed within Man a deep reservoir of purpose. When a man gains the understanding of his purposes, his life becomes a passionate pursuit of authentic manhood. Neil Kennedy teaches men the foundations of FivestarMan in this life-changing curriculum that will engage and empower a man to be authentic in his manhood.
Wisdom is the principle thing. One of the greatest resources given to man is the book of Proverbs, which is rich in timeless principles for successful living. Proverbs has been called Life’s Little Instruction Book for Men. Proverbs is a man writing to a man the kind of advice a father gives a son and a mentor gives his protege. In Wise Guys, Derek Draughon instructs us on five key principles that every man should implement into their lives: Diligence – Prudence – Discretion – Words – Direction.
Centurion Principle-The Protocol of Authority
Most people confuse power with authority. A person who has a firearm can have the power to shoot it, but he doesn’t necessarily have the authority to do so. True authority is having the legitimate right to use power. Moses was described in the Bible as “the meekest man on the earth,” yet his leadership provides us with a clear example of more authority than any other man in the Old Testament. True meekness is not weakness; it is actually strength submitted to authority.
We need authority. We need the protection authority provides. We need to have established authorities in our lives so that we may prosper and experience godly promotion. Without authority we have anarchy, turmoil, and disorder. The godly use of authority is the need of the hour. It is imperative that we regain an understanding of this principle.