Solving the Leadership Crisis - Man UP! Christian Men’s Network Provides Coaching and Mentoring

October 27, 2010

DALLAS (MetroCatholic) — “Winners are not those who never fail but those who NEVER QUIT,” said the late Dr. Edwin Louis Cole, founder of Christian Men’s Network (CMN). At the Lions Roar 2010 Global Men’s Summit of Christian Men’s Network in Dallas, Texas, November 1-3, leaders are uniting from over 20 nations to discuss solutions for crisis including leadership training, economic empowerment, mentoring, social issues and political action.

“When top leaders come from all over the world, many who are literally changing nations and rewriting national constitutions, you cannot help but be inspired,” states Dr. Jim Garlow, Chairmen of ReAL (Renewing American Leadership). On election eve, Monday Nov. 1st, Dr. Jim Garlow, will speak to need to renew America and nations by mobilizing leaders, defending faith and family values, strengthen judeo-Christian culture and rebuild economic integrity. ReAL is a non-profit organization established by the former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich. Dr. Garlow is a well known author, historian and has been Senior Pastor of Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego for fourteen years.

Leaders are defined by how they deal with crisis. “Crisis is the natural result of change,” explained the bestselling Dr. Cole, who is called the “Father of the Men’s Movement.” Crisis solutions and crisis management are strategies all men, fathers, clergy, and community leaders need. Today, there are 266 CMN Facebook groups alive and well proving that mentoring is the key for leadership training.

Today, the CMN legacy continues under son, Paul Louis Cole, who states, “Mentoring men is growing around the world because it works! Christian leaders are seeing remarkable changes after coaching their men.” Lion’s Roar 2010 will also host “roundtable” topics addressing: the art of manhood, fatherhood, servanthood, integrity, and being culture influencers locally and nationally.

Lion’s Roar 2010 begins Monday, November 1st at noon and ends Wednesday Nov. 3rd at noon. Evening sessions are free (Nov. 1-2nd) and women are invited. Day sessions are for registered conference delegates only. The summit will be held at Shady Grove Church, 2404 N. Carrier Parkway in Grand Prairie, Texas (south of DFW airport.) Spanish translation will be available. For more information and registration information, please visit

Paul Louis Cole, CMN President along with global leaders are available for interviews.


One Response to “Solving the Leadership Crisis - Man UP! Christian Men’s Network Provides Coaching and Mentoring”

  1. ROBERT JUDD on November 16th, 2010 2:52 am

    I was wondering if I could get the name of the man who spoke at the Man Up Mens Conference last year in Lake Havasu City, Az 86403 He also had a book he had wrote and he signed mine, I loaned it out and now my Grandson Joey is in Jail and I want him to read this book. Can u tell me where I can buy one? I would be truely greatful.
    Thanks and God Bless

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