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Our mission is to help every man become A Better Man Today™. We do this by providing educational and inspiring content to help men navigate the complexities of being a man and gentleman in the 21st Century. We seeks to inspire the modern man to continuously pursue excellence in all areas of his life. To lead by example by living life as a true gentleman. #masculinity #manners #gentleman The Gentlemen's Brotherhood is hosted by Col. Juan Sepúlveda. Artist, Podcaster and Public Speaker. Juan S ...
 
What is Freemasonry? Are the Freemasons really a Secret Society? How can the Masonic Journey transform a good man into a better man? The honorable fraternity of Freemasonry has endured for centuries and has been present in some of the greatest moments in modern history. What sets Masons apart from an ordinary man? The answer to these and many questions are explained in this Masonic Podcast. Created by a Master Mason for Masons and those interested in knowing more about Masonry and the Art of ...
 
Welcome to the Talking Pop! Podcast, where we talk anything and everything having to do with Pop Culture. Your hosts Juan Sepúlveda and José Muñiz are your average looking, mild-mannered, uncanny fans of Pop Culture. Join us, and lets talk pop! Cover art by Evymarie Perez
 
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Politics and Religion are a prohibited topic inside a Masonic Lodge during their meetings. But why? It is no mystery that the topics of Politics and Religion can be incendiary and cause a lot of conflict among people. But how come a society that professes to be able to keep their passions within due bounds restrain from some of the topics that coul…
 
Thanksgiving is almost here! What does it mean to serve in an officer capacity? Why do we have Stewards in the first place? What lodge and life lessons should we take away from the concept of stewardship? Let's all be thankful and discuss!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
How can we maintain consistency in Freemasonry? inconsistency in Freemasonry is a major problem when it interferes with the onboarding of new candidates, when it provides an inconsistent experience for its members, and when it gives outsiders a negative impression of our organization. In this episode of The Winding Stairs, we discuss Inconsistency …
 
The Hosts of the Masonic Roundtable are BACK! This week we discuss who was Zerubbabel? After the Blue Lodge degrees, we encounter a new character, both in the Scottish and York Rites, that provides us further moral guidance on our Masonic path. We will delve into the man, the myth, and the legends of Zerubbabel.…
 
Is Freemasonry a service organization or was it created with something else in mind? Does fundraising have a place in Freemasonry and should fundraising be the primary focus of Masonic lodges? Join Dennis and I as we discuss these questions and more in our talk about fundraising! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justin-jones396/support…
 
What’s behind this Masonic Membership Decline and what can we do about it? Fraternal orders and non-profit organizations have seen a steady decline in membership and participation over the last few decades. If you are familiar with Freemasonry, you will agree that what it teaches men is desperately needed in today’s society. In this episode of The …
 
400 Episodes!!! Almost 9 years!! A thousand guest stars, tons of topics, and four hundred episodes of Masonic amazingness! Join us LIVE from the Greensboro Masonic Temple on the eve of Masonic Con South as we celebrate this milestone event!! We will be discussing ALL the THINGS!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
Is it ok for a grown man to spend time playing video games? Why are there some people who think this behavior is unacceptable? The past few generations have being raised with an increased exposure to video games and the trend seems to continue in the newer generations. In this episode of TGB, we will explore how video games can serve as a tool for …
 
Masonic Membership has been in decline over the past half century and finding the reasons and formulating solutions for that decline becomes an ever-increasing priority in our circles. In this series (Ep.1/4), we will discuss 4 aspects of the Masonic experience that could use some intentional improvement to make sure that more good men are given th…
 
Lodge visitation is one of the greatest perks you have as a Freemason. As a Master Mason, you are entitled to visit other Masonic Lodges around the world. That means, that despite not knowing anyone in another country, you can go to a Lodge and instantly connect with a group of Brothers who will treat you like family. In this episode of The Winding…
 
You may have noticed a growing trend of brothers who meditate, either privately, publicly, or even before lodge meetings. Why do they do it? What benefit does meditation have for the regular Mason? We'll explore and share our own personal experiences this week on The Masonic Roundtable!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
'Bait and switch' refers to what occurs when the product or experience delivered is far inferior that that which was originally promised. Many men knock on our doors with high expectations and we, as a fraternity, also tend to promise great things as well. Are we delivering on our end? Join Dennis and I as we discuss the 'bait and switch' in a Maso…
 
Becoming a Mason and having an instant network of brothers you can trust is one of the best parts of the fraternity. Unfortunately, not all men live up to the standards of Masonry and of their fellow brothers. How does one react and adjust when a brother does not live up to our expectations?By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
I believe that Freemasonry has benefited greatly from the connectivity that the Internet has provided. Today, curious people from around the globe, who once only heard sporadically about this organization, can do a little research and even find a Lodge nearby for them to approach. However, the connectivity of the internet hasn’t only brought positi…
 
Masonic education for your lodge doesn't have to be an hour-long, fully sourced, and cited research paper. In fact, using this technique, you can create a high-impact, short presentation for your lodge that every Worshipful Master will enjoy. Learn more about a novel technique used in conferences around the globe with examples from the TMR hosts.…
 
This week, the hosts of the Masonic Roundtable will discuss the highlights of Joe Martinez's jaunt across the pond, focusing on spots of interest to Freemasons, such as the mountain-city of Delphi, the archeological site of Eleusis, and Rosslyn Chapel!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
As good stewards of our money, we may be tempted to often go after the cheaper alternative. But paying attention to the current price while neglecting to examine all the other variables that make for a quality product, may be a mistake. In this episode of The Gentlemen's Brotherhood, I am joined by three other gents who have some insightful experie…
 
This is a conversation with one of the most exciting TikTok creators who talk about Freemasonry on that platform. He has taken the task of combating some of the nonsense that people try to say about Freemasonry on social media. He comes with evidence and the proof necessary to put an end to these crazy conspiracies. Join us as we have a conversatio…
 
The Masonic Roundtable is continuing their TMR Alumni month! We continue this series with Knight-emeritus Mike The Intern (or Mike Hambrecht) to chat with us about how things have been going in Hambrecht-land, what he has been up to, and some Astronomy!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
Contrary to popular belief, real men ask for help. We often hear the expression "Man Up" or "Take it Like a Man" and these are expressions that suppress the much needed human expression of emotions for half the population. In this episode of the Gentlemen's Brotherhood, we explore the perils and opportunities of Real men asking for help. Men's ment…
 
The cave degree in tennessee is a Master Mason Degree performed inside a natural cave in the mountains of Tennessee. Brothers from all over the country (and other countries) travel to Kingston Tennessee every year to take part in this memorable Masonic Degree. After hearing about the Cave Degree in Tennessee for many years, I finally decided to go …
 
Marriage contributions, we have to make them regularly or our relationships will go bankrupt. How are you contributing to your marriage? Are you a supportive and fair spouse? We have some practical advice that will help you with your marriage contributions. Connect with us! Web- https://TheGentlemensBrotherhood.com/ TikTok- https://www.tiktok.com/@…
 
What's the role of the investigation committee in Freemasonry? How is the Masonic investigation committee formed and what do they do to protect the Lodge and the Craft? In this episode of The Winding Stairs, we discuss the dos and don'ts of participating in making sure the candidate is a good fit for our organization. We discuss some of the mistake…
 
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The Masonic Roundtable is continuing their TMR Alumni month! We continue this series with Knight-emeritus Nick Johnson to chat with us about how the concept of the Intellgence Trap, what it is, examples of the same, and how to avoid this!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
Yes it is annoying when someone for whom you've opened a door doesn't even acknowledge your presence. But did you know that not being grateful may be even worst for that person. On this episode of The Gentlemen's Brotherhood, we talk about the negative impact, psychological and physical, that not showing gratitude may have on our life. We hope you'…
 
The leadership system of a Masonic Lodge is one of predictable and progressive steps. When a Brother joins the officer line, we have a pretty good idea of who the leaders of the Lodge will be for the next 5 - 7 years. But only if things run smoothly. And you and I both know that if there is room for things to go wrong, they often do. But don’t worr…
 
This is the beginning of TMR Alumni month! We start off with Knight-emeritus Juan Sepulveda to chat with us about how real Masonic burnout is, why it happens, and what can be done to fix and prevent it!By Jon Ruark, Jason Richards, Robert H. Johnson, Joe Martinez
 
Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. That was perhaps your first interaction with Stoicism. This ancient philosophy is making a strong comeback in the 21st century. And for good reason. Sometimes we try to figure things out on our own or reinvent the wheel. But there are things that work and don’t require reinvention. …
 
How does a man achieve Masonry family balance? The last thing you want to hear from your wife is, "Again? Are you going to be in Lodge every single night?”. You know about the cable tow, you know that Family and Vocation come first. Unfortunately, there are many Brothers who ignore the cautionary tale and put Freemasonry above all else. Many times …
 
Have you ever wanted to know what's inside a Masonic time capsule? What did Freemasons leave behind over a century ago for us to find today? This week we'll be speaking with Bro. Tyler Dunlap, PM of the Lodge of Amity No 5, Ohio, for a peek behind the scenes of how to prepare for a once in a lifetime event...and what they found.…
 
So many times we are at the mercy of our own thoughts. You may be engaged in an important activity, meanwhile your brain is in a tug of war trying to rip your attention from the task at hand. Do we have control over the thoughts that bubble up in our mind? Absolutely not. What we have control over is what we do with those thoughts. The steps that f…
 
Your Lodge may have a very interesting history to share but if it’s not being properly preserved, it will be lost forever. Preserving Masonic History becomes an important duty for all of us. A duty that will ensure future generations of Freemasons get to know the people and events that gave shape to the character of each Masonic Lodge. Join me as I…
 
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