BetterMan is pleased to announce Chris Harper as its next Executive Director

BetterMan is pleased to announce Chris Harper as its next Executive Director.

Chris will step into the role previously held by Robert Lewis, a renowned leader in men’s ministry. Robert will continue to serve BetterMan as a board member, confidant, and avid encourager. BetterMan is grateful for his many contributions and tremendous leadership over the years.

As Executive Director, Chris will oversee BetterMan’s vision, strategy, and implementation of activating a better masculinity – the true and timeless masculinity God designed from the beginning in Genesis – across the globe.

“We find Chris to be a man of impeccable character who demonstrates kindness and humility in his dealings with others,” Robert said.“He’s a leader and bridge-builder who surrounds himself with talented people and allows them to work within their giftedness, and is a true scholar with a deep passion for biblical manhood and masculinity.”

Chris and his family live in Arlington, Texas. His pastoral and entrepreneurial background is wide and varied. From serving as a Senior Pastor to President of a Christian College Prep School, Chris possesses a level of experience and wisdom that exceeds his age. An avid learner, Chris’ educational pedigree includes master’s degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary and the University of Louisville, and he is currently a doctoral candidate at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Chris’ experience and energy is matched by his excitement to reach, equip, and unleash men. Chris believes that “you can’t become what you can’t define,” something he learned from Robert! “If we are going to lift men out of the masculinity fog that envelopes them, we need a simple, biblical, reproducible platform that gets to the heart of who men are in Christ and BetterMan is that platform … I am excited about leading this ministry and helping paint a picture of true manhood for generations to come.”

BetterMan’s influence is growing rapidly, serving 800+ churches and impacting over 25,000 men since its launch in 2020.

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