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The Four Pillars of a Man’s Heart (Father’s Day)


What Is In a Man’s Heart?


The virtues, values, and strengths that enable good men to build lives that matter can be summed up by four distinct pillars.


Now, the definition of a pillar is as follows: A tall vertical structure of stone, wood, or metal, used as a support for a building.


Men are intrinsically builders. Buildings, in order to be solid and stand the test of time, need to be upheld not just by a strong foundation, but by strong pillars as well.


But men are not just builders… but they are also buildings! The Bible tells us that we are ‘the temple of the Holy Spirit’. As you know, temples have strong pillars – or else they would topple. In the same way, a man’s heart must have strong pillars or else his life can be in ruins.


In this episode, we will examine the four pillars of a man’s heart (based on a book by Stu Weber) and determine how these can be strengthened for God’s glory.


Strengthen those four pillars and you’ll be the man God wants you to be. You will also be the man your wife and kids look up to. You will become structurally sound in your life, as well as an example and marvel of godly architecture.



In this Episode You Will:


Learn how important it is to strengthen these 4 pillars.


Learn what makes a great man in the eyes of his spouse


Learn what a good father models and teaches his children


Learn why some men will never earn respect by their wives



Memorable Quotes:



“Rule with the heart of a servant. Serve with the heart of a king.”
― Bill Johnson





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About the author, Sebastien

Sebastien Richard is a certified John Maxwell Team leadership trainer as well as a busy dad, author, podcaster, Bible teacher, and entrepreneur.

He is the founder and Director of Operations of Thriving on Purpose (, a faith-based leadership and personal growth organization that seeks to empower Kingdom believers through faith, leadership, and personal growth. With his wife (Elisabeth), he co-hosts The Thriving on Purpose weekly podcast.

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