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Guy Stuff: Or It's Ok to Ask for Directions
Guy Stuff Or It's Ok to Ask for Directions
Author: Tim Smith
ISBN-13: 9780802433824
ISBN-10: 0802433820
Publication Date: 9/1998
Pages: 200
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Publisher: Moody Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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What exactly is a guy? How can guys be real in a fake world? How should they define success? What does it mean to be a Christian guy?
Author and pastor Tim Smith answers these questions and others with a healthy balance of Scripture and humorous stories.
Guy Stuff gives men the encouragement they need to become guys of integrity.

John Trent, Ph.D. ( President, Encouraging Words) writes ~~ "I'll admit I'm one of Tim Smith's "Guys" who thinks asking for directions is a sign of weakness! I also have a weakness for Tim's wonderful, humorous, and convincing style of writing. I heartily encourage you to pick up this book and laugh and learn as much as my wife & I did in reading it".

Joseph Stowell (President, Moody Bible Institute, Promise Keepers speaker, author) writes ~~ "Guy Stuff is good stuff. Tim Smith puts the cookies on the lower shelf so all of us can reach & enjoy this funny yet deep book. Life challenging topics range from our macho image and eed to acieve to dealing with our feelings, being men of integrity, and being relaxed and open with our wives and children. For every guy who wonders "What is a real man?" Tim offers answers, all grounded in God's Word.

Gary J. Oliver (Author of Real Men Have Feelings Too, Professor, Denver Seminary) writes ~~ "With refreshing vulnerability, remarkable insight, and good doses of humor, Tim Smith has written Guy Stuff. The book will make you laugh, help you think, and challenge you to grow as a man.

Bill Myers (Author of Hot Topics, Tough Questions, and McGee and Me series) writes ~~ "Don't be fooled by the fun and laughter. There's quality stuff and opportunity for godly growth between these pages".