Peaceful at Heart


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$33.00  $30.69
Resource Publications (CA)
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.55 inches | 0.78 pounds

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About the Author

Don Neufeld is the Canadian Coordinator for Mennonite Men and is a clinical social worker in private practice in the Niagara Region in Ontario.

Steve Thomas is the US Coordinator for Mennonite Men and is a pastor and arborist in Goshen, Indiana.


"Much of the literature written in men's psychology/spirituality is ensnared in wild/aggressive/warrior/conquer language. Like a beacon of light, this book reveals a vision of peace for men and shows how to embrace a peacefulness within male humanity. . . . Most certainly, this book will be one that I loan to men who are not satisfied with what our cultures are asking of them."
--Doug Klassen, Executive Minister, Mennonite Church Canada

"By bravely, intelligently, and compassionately wrestling with what it means to be a man who loves Jesus, this book invites men to invert their ideas of strength and power, living into deeper connection, sacrifice, and dependence on God. This book is a sorely needed gift for the contemporary church."
--Kristyn Komarnicki, Director of Oriented to Love, Evangelicals for Social Action

"I am grateful for Mennonite Men and their willingness to take on this project. I am also grateful for their commitment to give voice to a diverse group of men and their experienced masculinity from outside the typical white heterosexual narrative of North American society."
--Glen Guyton, Executive Director, Mennonite Church USA

"My hope for this project is that it will not only get men talking but also get women and men talking together. . . . Together we can overcome this toxic reality of masculinity and create healthy norms of masculinity and femininity."
-- from the Afterword by Cyneatha Millsaps, Executive Director, Mennonite Women USA

"This book is for men who want to explore alternatives to the dominant but tired and harmful mythological types of men as warriors, kings, or wild ones. Teenage through senior males will be challenged by stories and models of masculinity marked by honesty, interdependence, and faith. Maleness in the twenty-first century is complex, but, as this book demonstrates, it is both possible and life-giving to reconcile with ourselves and with all humanity."
--Andy Brubacher Kaethler, Associate Professor, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary