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Onions: My Barrier to Holiness

Onions: My Barrier to Holiness

Lent is intended to be a season of penance, of self-reflection, of growth, of personal introspection, and ultimately, we should be working to “die to self”.  I’m terrible at it.  Here’s a lame story.  Let’s call it the “onion-idiot story.”  I’m the onion-idiot. Last Friday was the 1st Friday of Lent 2018, and my... [Read more]

Re-Post: The Miracle Baby (7 Years Later)

Re-Post: The Miracle Baby (7 Years Later)

***This is a re-post, originally from February 9, 2011.*** With great pride, and extreme joy, I write this post about my first son, David Walter DiNuzzo Jr.  I pray that the story of his journey from womb to world is inspiring, faith-sharpening and encouraging for all those read it. The starting point of this story is ambiguous to me, because I believe... [Read more]

“Tuesdays with Daddy” are BACK!

“Tuesdays with Daddy” are BACK!

In the early days of TrueManhood, going back to the earliest version of these posts in November of 2009, I began writing posts entitled “Tuesdays with Daddy”.  At the time, because I worked lots of nights and weekends, I was able to work my schedule so that I could stay home on Tuesdays, which afforded me special time with my children.... [Read more]

Los Levantadores – A Culture of Fit, Hard-working Men

Los Levantadores – A Culture of Fit, Hard-working Men

I recently watched an awesome documentary put out by Rogue Fitness titled “Levantadores – The Basque Strongman.”  It’s only about 30 minutes – I think it’s well worth your time. My good friend and fellow strongman Jared Zimmerer posted about it and shared many good thoughts (click this link or the photo above for... [Read more]

Living Balance? No thanks, I’ll stick with Order.

Living Balance? No thanks, I’ll stick with Order.

A lie flying around in our culture – one that is very prevalent, and common-language for many – is the encouragement to “Live a balanced life.” (or other variations of it.)  It’s sneaky in the way that it is extremely mainstream while still flying under the radar.  It’s subtle, yet dangerous.  I’ll explain. Living... [Read more]

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