As stereotypes of negativity continue to influence mainstream opinions of the nation’s young African American and Latino men, renowned Washington, D.C. based author and spiritual leader Dr. Bobby Manning looks to reverse the typecasts with his insightful new book “Saving Our Sons: Effectively Engaging Young Men of Color.”
Offering several keys to unlock a much needed conversation between leaders and this demographic of young men, “Saving Our Sons” shines as a practical road map to restoration for organizations and figures struggling to engage them.
“This book is for parents who are losing their sons, mentors seeking best practices in engaging their young mentees, ministry leaders praying to impact the next generation of men and anyone else desiring to understand this demographic of men who seem impenetrable.” – Dr. Bobby Manning
Manning’s modern guide to mentoring this generation of young men of color explores details of brotherhood, masculinity, empowerment, and more while also steering the discussion to helpful tips and tools for leaders looking to make lasting impressions.
Available now via Amazon Kindle, “Saving Our Sons” comes as Dr. Bobby Manning’s long-awaited debut publication.
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About Dr. Bobby Manning:
Dr. Bobby Manning is a revered spiritual leader whose refreshing outlook on ministry keeps him touted as one of today’s “must-hear” ministers. Affectionately known as “a pastor of the community,” Manning currently serves the spiritual needs of the greater Metropolitan Washington D.C. area as Senior Pastor of the First Baptist Church of District Heights.
His passion for ministry can also be demonstrated by his academic pursuits as he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) in Religion from Campbell University, a Master of Theology degree (Th.M.) from Dallas Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry degree (D.Min) from Regent University. The aforementioned led to him being honored with several awards and distinctions including the Reuben S. Connor Award from Dallas Seminary – an honor bestowed to students with exemplary study of and ministry to the African-American Community.
Manning’s ministry has also lent itself to the long-awaited publication of his first book “Saving Our Sons: Effectively Engaging Young Men of Color” – a gripping analysis of the issues ministry leaders, parents, and mentors face trying to reach this generation’s young African American and Latino men.