The Christ-centered alpha male

15 Nov

Men have a lot in common with wolves. We mark our territory, strut in front of females, and bristle in the presence of another alpha male. We learn this behavior from older wolves more than happy to train us: coaches, fathers, teachers, older brothers, and eventually our bosses. For a wolf pack to survive and prosper, they must be stronger, smarter, and braver than all other packs, requiring direction, plans, structure, hierarchy, discipline and a leader—the alpha wolf.

Alpha wolves gravitate toward positions in the work world providing the type of control they enjoy. They become the leaders in the military, or managers in business, not the employees. 

Read more on the needs of a Christ-centered alpha male – Here.

Excerpt from “The Controlling Husband,” by Dr. Ron Welch, PsyD, and Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, 2014. Used by permission.

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