Morley seeks to solve the 24 problems men face

Society will tell you that the number of Christians in the world is declining. Author Patrick Morley disagrees, but he identifies an increase of a different kind – the number of what he calls “Cultural Christians.”

I just finished reading the 25th anniversary edition of Morley’s “Man in the Mirror.” It’s a faith-based book that has sold more than 3 million copies since its first release in 1989. And it’s a riveting read that takes the uncommon approach of challenging men to live for a different set of values in a materialistic world.

“The Man in the Mirror” by Patrick Morley

In his book, Morley challenges men to refuse to get caught up in the rat race. This means seeking a life of true significance and purpose, while ignoring the world’s pursuit of more money, possessions and the “wrinkle-free” life.

Morley’s book has encouraged me to lead an “examined life,” which calls me to avoid simply going through the motions. It’s a book that has helped me rethink my priorities and I recommend it for everyone.

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