Why Adam Revival?

Dr. Clayton House, RN, DNP, FNP-C

I am sure some of you out there are asking yourselves, “why should I join Adam Revival?" It’s probably just another scheme to get me to subscribe, and then use my visits to get ad revenue for some guy to get rich, right? There are other groups out there, what makes Adam Revival different? I already know how to be a ‘man’, so I don’t need a group to help me with that.”

If this is you, then please listen up.  You couldn’t be more wrong about everything.

Adam Revival is not “another group”, where some guy is going to tell you the same thing everyone else is telling you and then hope you subscribe to the group so he can get rich. “Well how do you know?”, you say. I know both the founders of Adam Revival personally, and I can say with complete confidence that they don’t need Adam Revival to “get rich”.  They are already successful. Adam Revival is different from other groups because this isn’t going to be a group where you listen to the founders expound on talking points that everyone else is already talking about and hoping you haven’t heard them before.  They are not going to push useless and outdated content down your throat hoping you’re gullible enough to fall for it.

Case in point, I’m a nobody, and they asked me to write a blog post.

On the contrary, Adam Revival is the kind of group that understands that men need community. Men need brothers to come alongside them and support them when the times are tough.  Men need brothers to celebrate with them when the times are good. Men need places to vent and get the junk this world throws at them off their chest, and know they are not alone. Adam Revival is specifically designed to connect not only like-minded men, but men who have been beaten down by this world and need to know they are going to be ok.  That they can make it. That there is hope.

“Well, how do I do that”, you ask.  Easy. Join. Start free if you want.  Check out the content, watch some of the videos. Understand that, yes, you will have to pay for the good stuff, because through blood, sweat, and tears these men have built this group from the ground up, and that will NEVER be free. Nor should it be. You don’t work for free. And believe me when I say that this is work. My friend disappeared for weeks while he was fervently praying and slaving and building this program so that the vision God planted in his mind could become a reality. Honestly, I thought there was something very wrong. The stress in his eyes and on his face when I did see him was real, and it concerned me. When he was able to share what he was doing, it all became clear. Because this is not just some other group. This is not some money-making scheme. The enemy of your soul, the devil, wants your life, and the founders of this group want to combat that. They are tired of the main stream media pushing “toxic masculinity” down our throats. They are tired of the constant attack on men that doesn’t seem to have an end. They see the pain and hurt and anguish that their fellow men are going through and wanted to do something about it. Thus, Adam Revival was born.

If you’re that guy that’s like, “I agree with this, and I see the need for it, but I already am a solid man of faith, and understand my place in the world, and don’t need a group to support me,” understand that we need you! And remember that you did not get to where you are now alone! You will come to play a pinnacle role in this group, as the Slack community is designed for men just like you to share your wisdom and understanding with other men who need it. Get engaged. Join the community. Come and be a part of something bigger than yourself.

When you ask men to remember their favorite part of college or high school, they will often say, “sports”, or “hanging with my friends”, or “Friday nights.” Not because of football, or Friday nights themselves, but because of the relationships they had with the people that were present at those moments.  When I think back to some of the best times of my life, they were not when I was alone; on the contrary, they always include others, my friends, my family. 20 years from now, we want Adam Revival to be that “night” you remember. We want you to be able to look back on the decision to join this group with fond memories, new relationships, and a stronger faith.

If you have still decided this is not for you, go in peace. May God richly bless all you do, and all you put your hand to.  May you find the place that God has for you, and may you thrive and prosper.

For the rest of you, let me be one of the first to welcome you to our community. I look forward to getting to know you. I look forward to walking through life with you.

This is just the beginning.

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