A revised and updated edition of Stu Weber’s bestseller that paints a dramatic and compelling picture of balanced manhood according to God’s vision.
The definition of manhood itself is obscured by a culture in moral free fall. But this book cuts through the fog and defines a powerful blueprint for being the man—the Tender Warrior—that God desires for you and your family. Written in a warm, personal style, Weber presents the characteristics of tender warriors—including learning to speak the language of women, watching out for what lies ahead, and keeping commitments—in an upfront, straightforward style that challenges readers to realize God’s plan for men.
Stu Weber’s now classic teaching on a man’s vigilance, staying power, and consideration for the women in his life will move you to pursue the man you were created to be.
If you've ever wondered what a mans real role in life should look like and wanted a book to get you focused in the right direction get Tender Warrior! It will open your eyes to see if you are a man as God created you and open your heart and mind to be all you can be so you can finish well. Thank you Stu Weber you are a true Tender Warrior.
How to be a man
Stu Weber writes an excellent manual on how to be a man. I give this book to my friends when they get married, divorced, have a child or any life event.
A Little Too Tender
I wanted to read this book for some time thinking that it might help me learn how to be a better father, husband, and man. I was particularly interested in getting some practical advice on how to be a little more gentle in my day to day interactions. At times I lean towards the warrior side of things and forget that toughness is not one of the fruits of the Spirit. Although the reviews of this book are very favorable, I was rather disappointed with Tender Warrior. I really wanted to like it, but to my surprise there was not a whole lot of Scripture found in the book. I would have liked to have seen more Christian men used as examples to emulate as well. However, something Stu Weber said that I did find inspiring was how he was able to attend seminary full-time, hold three jobs in three distant locations, and still find time to be a husband and the father of two little boys. Although reading that does not help me with the gentleness factor, it does provide me optimism as I consider furthering my education.