Too many men identify primarily with their work and how much money they make, leaving spiritual leadership in the family to their wives, said Deacon Ralph Poyo, who will speak at the third annual Heartland Men's Conference Aug. 4 in Omaha.
When they lose their jobs or face other challenges, men wrapped up in their work often fail to see their most important role, which is blessing their families and preparing their children to live with faith, he said.
Deacon Poyo said the importance of men reclaiming spiritual leadership will be a theme in his talk at the conference at D.J. Sokol Arena on the Creighton University campus.
|Dr. Scott Hahn|
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