The Heart of a Warrior

About the Book

Men have a glorious and significant role in God’s Larger Story. They also are the target of a special warfare aimed continually and ruthlessly at the center of their being… their masculine hearts. Naivety and ignorance keep many men running in circles while misinformation and poor training keep many more in bondage. Men are wounded, frustrated, angry and being crushed under the weight of criticism and expectations. The attempted solutions of recent years is education; tell men what they are doing wrong and give them a list to memorize. This strategy isn’t working and its time we fall back to an Ancient One. What if we are setting men up for failure rather than helping them be free? Join author and guide, Michael Thompson, as he invites men to a place of training and orientation that will ensure both a settled heart and a fierce courage. A man cannot enter this battle without knowing he is a Beloved Son. After all, that is what the battle is all about!

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What Our Readers Are Saying

Hey guys, do want to go deeper, much deeper in your spiritual walk with Christ? Here is the book for you! My men’s group studied the book last summer, and it took us 5 months to complete! So much insight, so many deep discussions, so many changed Men! We also got the journal workbook and are currently doing the book again alongside the journal. Would you like to be free? Do you want to be a man that has nothing to hide, nothing to fear, and nothing to prove? Michael shows how you can take Jesus at His word and become a settled, oriented warrior in the fight against the darkness of this world! Thanks Michael!

Bill Williams


What is beautiful about this book is that the author is writing from personal experience and not just studied conviction. There is a artistic blend of scriptural truth, refined in the crucible of personal life journey. Every man should read this book. Do it with a friend or an older son or your dad.

P. K. O’Bryan