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  • My passion is for men to glorify God, the Father, through a passion-driven relationship with Him through His Son, Jesus Christ, while being guided by the power of the Holy Spirit.
  • My mission is to develop relationships with men around the world for the purpose of introducing them to God's plan for men to become servant-leaders in their family, city, state, country, and world.
  • And my vision is to see men as God-empowered servant-leaders stepping into the chaos of this world and making order out of it.

ABOUT ME

Bob Goss

I was born in Franklin, PA on April 15, 1960, Tax Day. That sure was fun every year when my father spent the entire day, up to midnight, finishing his taxes! I lived there until I was 19 years old and then moved to Ft. Collins, Colorado to live with my aunt and uncle while attending Colorado State University. I received a B.S. in Forest Management after six grueling years. While at CSU, I met my wife, Enne, to whom I’ve been married for 31 years.

We have three children, 2 daughters, Corey and Shelby, and 1 son, Daniel. My wife and I recently became grandparents for the 1st time, thanks to Corey and her husband Andy. Cael is the light of our life!

Along with being a husband, father, and grandfather, I am also a business owner. Currently, my wife and I live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

I’ve long had a passion to see men have a vibrant, growing relationship with God through Jesus Christ. I also want to see men being the servant-leaders God has called them to be. My favorite author is Dr. Larry Crabb, and my most influential book in life is The Silence of Adam, renamed Men of Courage.

Bob Goss | Stepping into Chaos
Blogs by Me - Bob Goss

MY BLOG

They’re not just ramblings, they are valuable take-aways of information to help any man find his own pathway to Christ and live an abundant life.

Bob Goss | Avoiding The Point of No Return

Avoiding The Point Of No Return

“He who is often reproved, yet stiffens his neck, will suddenly be broken beyond healing.” (Proverb 29:1)   If we reject correction, there will come a time we won’t be able to change. A fool rejects input from one who loves him. A wise man is one who hears those who love him. My father-in-law…
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