About Man of the House
On the one hand, our decision to start this podcast was incited by a desire to stay connected with Matt as he and his clan left the Midwestern plains of South Dakota to settle down in the beautiful woodlands of South Carolina.
But on the other hand—and perhaps more to the point of our podcast, we all began to feel a little disillusioned by the way that many Christians were dealing with and discussing issues related to biblical manhood and masculinity.
In some ways, the term “complementarian” left us wanting. Though we would still choose to embrace the concept, we’ve found that many who claim the label are actually living more like functional egalitarians.
For that reason, among others, it became a desire of ours to unapologetically contend for and explain a beautiful, comprehensive vision for true masculinity and femininity as God has revealed them to us in Scripture, in His creation, and in our hearts.
While issues related to this “thick” complementarity (as we might call it) pertain to both men and women, the aim of our podcast is to address men in particular, though many issues necessitate that we talk about both sexes more broadly.
We hope that sons, brothers, husbands, and fathers who listen to our show would submit to God by using their God-given masculinity and strength for the good of those around them.
Logan has worked in the financial services industry since graduating from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2014. He and his glory (Zoie) live in Sioux Falls, SD. God has blessed them with two wonderful children, Shepherd and Lucy. In his free time, he loves reading, competing, and dabbling on his guitar.
Matt graduated from the University of Northwestern-St. Paul in 2014 with a degree in Biblical and Theological Studies. After teaching high school theology for 4 years in Sioux Falls, SD, he entered into the commercial landscape business with his father-in-law in Lexington, SC. Matt and his wife Jami have two children, Adeline and one on the way. They enjoy spending time on their family land and working on their new house.
Ryan and his wife, Barbara, have three sons: two in the flesh and one in glory. Before transitioning to full-time pastoral ministry, he taught high school Bible for 8 years. And before all of that, he spent a few years in youth ministry, earned a degree in international business, ran a couple of marathons, lived in Mexico, traveled the world, and got his private pilot certificate. Ryan enjoys watching and playing sports, dabbling in woodworking, and reading.