Podcast: Making Room for Boys, with Mark Hancock and Trail Life USA

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It isn’t politically correct to say so, but reality is what it is: Boys and girls are different. Physiologically, psychologically, and emotionally. They learn differently and have different motivations. And these days, in a world that is increasingly designed for girls, boys are suffering—in education, socially, and especially in maturity

Today on the BreakPoint Podcast, Warren Cole Smith interviews Mark Hancock, the CEO of Trail Life USA, a Christian organization whose mission is to guide generations of courageous young men to honor God, lead with integrity, serve others, and experience outdoor adventure.

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  1. I am 68 years old. I was in BSA for over 60 years. I am also a believer in My Lord Jesus Christ. Have been for over 40 years. It was with a heavy heart that I left scouts, but my God always comes first and I did not agree with the direction they were going. At the present time God has me “on hold”. However, when He releases me and with His permission I would love to join Trail Life USA.

  2. We just started a troop in Ohio, number 1877. That is the date our building was erected. I serve as an interim pastor and this troop has been one of the most encouraging events in my stay. I missed the link for downloading Mark Hancock’s book. Could I get the link for that? The podcast was very helpful. I also see from my past coaching experiences that girls are not being allowed to be girls. Keep up the good work.

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