Men serve.

Males self-serve.

Manhood today is not what it used to be, and Dondré Whitfield—veteran TV and film actor, social activist, husband, father, mentor, and relationship coach—is here to give men a much-needed heart-to-heart to define where they’re at on the Male vs. Man spectrum, and how they can become a true man of God who serves their families and communities.

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manhood

gets misplaced.

Some men abuse the power they have. Some men grow up without healthy role models, and so they act like boys, but with adult consequences to their actions. Other men are caught in the shifting cultural ideas about manhood, unsure of how to make decisions or act as a man. To be sure, the role of men at home, at work, and out in the world is deeply misunderstood. But we can start correcting that by stepping toward a better vision.

It’s time for men

to level up.

Dondré Whitfield separates the men from those who are simply males. Men are healthy and productive servant-leaders who bring positive change to their communities. Conversely, males are self-serving, stuck in negative cycles, and bring chaos into their relationships and their communities. Male vs. Man is a playbook for men who want to level up. It will help male and female readers alike understand what real manhood is, based on biblical wisdom, as well as hard-earned lessons from someone who has been there.

About the author

Veteran TV actor Dondré Whitfield is a three-time Emmy and NAACP Image award nominee and best known for his role as Remy Newell, on the critically acclaimed series “Queen Sugar,” created and produced by Golden Globe-nominee Ava DuVernay and co-executive produced by Oprah Winfrey on the OWN Network.

Whitfield, whose career spans over a quarter century has appeared with such industry heavyweights as John Travolta,Helen Mirren, David Oyelowo, Michael B. Jordan and Kevin Hart to name a few.

Off-camera, Whitfield is passionate about helping address the challenges and pressures of masculine identity in the 21stcentury and co-created The Manhood Tour, a global movement committed to awakening the consciousness of men, giving them the keys to effective and impactful leadership, and teaching them how to tap into their talents and live them to the highest degree. He has traveled throughout the country speaking on behalf of the movement, inspiring youth to overcome distractions and modeling for young men and peers the concept of servant leadership and what it means to “be a man.” He is currently Ambassador for Delta Airlines’ annual Dream Flight and Ambassador for the PGA’s Beyond the Green mentoring program for youth and college students.

Whitfield and his wife, actress and director Salli Richardson-Whitfield, live in Los Angeles with their two children.

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