As I visit other blogs I discover that not many men blog. I guess some could say, “I don’t have time to blog. I’ve got to work to support my family.” Maybe that’s true. For some. But many women have taken over leadership roles that were traditionally held by men. Now ladies, before you get upset, hear me out. I applaud your courage and your bravery to step in and take leadership roles. I am grateful for the many women in business and our churches whose leadership has filled gaps left by so many men. Men have abdicated their roles as men and forsaken their bravery and commitments. Guys, God equipped us to be the spiritual leaders in our homes, and leaders in our churches. It seems today, however, many more women walk in faith as leaders in our churches, not because they are better leaders than men. Many men, however, in my view, have forsaken their bravery, their courage, and their mandate from God to assume leadership roles. Many wives I see every week have to drag their husbands to church and hound them to volunteer or participate in men’s or church activities. We have abdicated our bravery and left much of the work to woman. The women I know in leadership roles are more than capable. God has equipped them to lead. God has also equipped us guys to lead, but for the most part we’re not. God has charged us and equipped us to be the backbone of the church. It seems, in many cases, that our backbones have turned to jelly. Shame on us. Time’s up.