THE BOOK

Endangered Masculinity draws attention to the need to restore to the male-man the original understanding of manhood, while exposing the hidden fact that when the man is out of place there will always be confusion. 

This is a spiritual reality which is validated by the fact that God created mankind to rule and the male-man to lead.  Every man has been anointed with a king on the inside of him.  The question is: Will man become the king or just remain a man?

THE AUTHOR

Dr. Boyd is speaking to the next generation of men about fatherhood, manhood, and masculinity.

He is the President and Founder of Revelations-Revealed Truth Ministries, an evangelistic outreach which targets intercity youth who are considered at-risk.  Dr. Boyd and his wife are the founders of Revelations-Revealed Truth Evangelistic Center, a local church in the city of Tulsa.

THE CONVERSATION

Leadership is something that is inherent in every human being. God created man, male and female, and then gave to each of them dominion. As a result, every man and woman born into this world is born with leadership on the inside of them. There is no exception! The question is not whether one has leadership potential, but whether one is willing to develop the leadership gift that he or she possesses. The question of leadership ability is one that each must comprehend and then accept as a fundamental part of their lives. Simply put, leadership potential comes with the package. It is a part of who you are as an individual. All that is necessary is for each man and woman to realize this truth and then act upon it.  
Everything God created was created with an identity. Identity is always specific to the created thing. For example, when it comes to mankind, each is created uniquely. You are the only you that God created. No one else can be you, and no one else will ever become you. Identity is so individualized that each person can be personally singled out. Also, identity is never limited to appearance. There are so many personal and character traits that belong to each person. Every individual can be recognized by their appearance, but more importantly, they should be recognized for their character.
​As a society, we cannot afford to lose additional generations of men. What can be done to turn this reality around? Our communities can no longer afford to ignore the collateral consequences resulting from the absence of the man in the context of relationships.