“We have a man problem in American society, and we need to address it,” Bennett said.
Bennett cited figures showing a decline in male participation in the workforce, education, and life commitments.
“Men are not marrying, not making the commitments in the way at they used to,” Bennett added.
“Women have said, women I’ve met, daughters of friends of mine in their 20s and 30s, have said, ‘Where are the men? Where are the men? Where are the men we want to marry, where are the men we want to raise our children with?’”
So, where are the real men?
From the news link,
With his $100,000 in winnings, he plans to help pay off the new camp chapel, expand camp his way to reach more kids, and find a bigger place so he and his wife can take in more foster kids.
"Some of the guys say this is the biggest accomplishment in their life, but I kind of have a bigger perspective on that and I try to look at how God sees stuff and this is just a manmade accomplishment thing and God helped me through it, but honestly it's my kids and passing on good things to them and the kids that we minister to here at the camp, that's what really matters in life because that's what goes on after I'm dead and gone," Ellermann said.
If this helped girls, could it also help boys?
Nuclear annihilation has been a potentiality for over 50 years now
Why hasn't it occurred?
Thinking of homeschooling? What about the issue of "sheltering" your child from the "real world" of public school?
I like one of the points in this article,
Here’s a question for you: When has “the real world” of the school institution ever again entered your life? Does your workplace only hire people from a specific zip code? Do you only hang out with people who were born in the same year as you? When children aren’t compelled to sit in an institution all day, they grow up in the real world.