In today’s environment, we can get mixed signals on how to be a man and how to demonstrate masculinity. Most men learn what they think it means to be a man from their families, but if the family unit is flawed, the man never learns his role as the source of nourishment for the woman. However, regardless of the family situation, we have the perfect example of manhood in Jesus Christ. Jesus consistently and constantly demonstrated sacrificial servanthood when He served others in love. In other words, He was willing to be a servant even when it cost Him much. There is a difference between being a man and simply being a male—a man uses Jesus, not the world, as a blueprint to identify who he is. In order for a man to be brave enough to stop hiding behind a false persona and show the world his true self, he must base his identity in Christ.