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Locking Arms: Shoulder to Shoulder, Man to Man...God's Design for… (edition 1995)

by Stu Weber

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Every man faces battles he can't win by himself. Using poignant stories and biblical principles, the author explores God's design for masculine friendship and teaches men how to build committed, brother-to-brother relationships.
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Title:Locking Arms: Shoulder to Shoulder, Man to Man...God's Design for Masculine Friendships
Authors:Stu Weber
Info:Multnomah Books (1995), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, 288 pages
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Locking Arms: Strength in Character through Friendships by Stu Weber

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