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Joy – Pillars of the Masculine Journey

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A radio show designed to give men permission to be what God designed them to be-dangerous, passionate warriors for the Kingdom of God Listen in with Sam Main, Robby Dilmore, Jim Graham, Andy Thomas, Wayne Dozier, and Vinnie Mannino as they use movie clips and their stories to chronicle The Masculine Journey. Listen to new shows live: Masculine Journey @ The Truth Network
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