A radio show featuring Every Man Ministries’ founder Kenny Luck and aimed at igniting men spiritually as believers in Jesus launches into afternoon drive time on KKLA 99.5 FM on Monday (Aug. 7).
The Every Man Show, produced and co-hosted by Anthony Dever and One Ten Pictures, will air on KKLA Monday thru Friday at 3 pm, PT. The broadcast will also be available online through KKLA’s website and app.
“The war for spiritual freedom is the battle of battles in a man’s life because evil has a stake in every man’s heart,” Luck said. “Our goal is to free men spiritually from the grip of the culture and for each man to find his identity in Christ. The generational impact of one transformed man is enormous as that transformation sets into motion untold waves of spiritual health long after he dies.”
He adds, “Freedom isn’t free. That is why at EMM (and the Every Man Show) we are engaged in the battle for men’s souls first and helping equip them to fight that battle on a daily basis to stay free.”
Quoted in the EMM’s bio:
“For just as through the disobedience of the one man the many were made sinners, so also through the obedience of the one man the many will be made righteous” (Rom. 5:19, NIV).
“Two men. Two choices. Two blast zones. Two outcomes: life or death,” Luck says, referencing the verse from the book of Romans.
Every Man Ministries was founded in 2000 by Luck, who is the Leadership Pastor at Crossline Church in Laguna Hills and previously served as the men’s pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest.
“Our mission is to create a movement of God’s men who are empowered to lead others on a meaningful journey into personal character and leadership, ultimately having a positive impact on generations of women, children and families,” he stated.
Luck recently told TogetherLA.net that “our nation is finally ready to address the chaos and dysfunction happening in our cities and communities. But the root of that chaos and dysfunction is not political, it’s not ethnic, it’s not even cultural. It is a spiritual breakdown of the family and the vacuum of spiritually and relationally healthy men leading those families.”