Rowlett-based Men & Ladies of Honor release latest ‘Men of Honor’ magazine curriculum

The Men & Ladies of Honor are excited to release their third and final installment of the “Men of Honor” magazine curriculum.

The Men of Honor Magazine 3 is used in the Men of Honor program. Volume 3 has a heavy emphasis on servant leadership, and students are encouraged to use the skills and character traits they’ve learned in the program to positively impact their world.

Students will study the lives of great leaders and learn vital leadership traits. The magazine has sections dealing with goal-setting related to their physical, mental, social, and spiritual goals. “It is our hope that students will become stronger community leaders who can also lead at the state and national levels. We want these students to be their very best for God and for others,” said Tony Rorie, Executive Director of The Men & Ladies of Honor organization.

Once a student completes the third magazine, they are eligible for “commissioning” and qualify to become a part of the program’s Honor Guard.

Magazine 3 will soon be available on the organization’s website www.honorministries.org

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Rowlett, Texas-based Men and Ladies of Honor teaches modern-day chivalry and virtue to boys and girls on public school campuses here in Texas, in other select areas of the U.S., and 13 different countries around the world.

Through the Men and Ladies of Honor programs, students are mentored and instructed in core values and leadership, with an emphasis on good character, honor, and integrity. The mission of the Men and Ladies of Honor is to develop passionate followers of Christ, urging them to create a culture of honor, excellence and exemplary behavior in their schools and communities. We work in partnership with schools, churches and civic leaders with a common goal: to raise up the next generation of leaders who have a solid sense of duty and honor.

2020 marks the organization’s 17th year of transforming at-risk kids into leaders and world-changers with intensified expansion into public schools all over the US and around the world to date.

By Steve Walker, Rowlett Strong, on behalf of Men & Ladies of Honor, edited for publication in Blue Ribbon News. 

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