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Raising Boys to be Godly Young Men, Part 1

There seems to be an identity crisis going on in our culture, as we hear stories of boys wanting to be girls and girls wanting to be boys. John and Danny discuss some of the stark differences between boys and girls and why it's important for our boys to be boys.

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