The Expeditionary Man: by Rich Wagner
Author: Rich Wagner
|As a Christian man, how do you prioritize between what you are driven to do at work and church with what you are responsible for at home? Rich Wagner debunks the myth of a “balanced life” and shares a biblical model of becoming a hands-on leader of his family.|
Your career is compelling. Your ministry at church is God’s calling. But do you realize how these outside activities capture your heart and steal your time and energy from your family? Adventure becomes what you want to do, while family is what you are supposed to do. Now author Rich Wagner offers a bold alternative.
In this personal and revealing book, the author challenges Christian men to harness their career ambitions and limit their ministries while their children are at home. Wagner shows how the pull of business success and the call to church ministries are compelling–even seductive. But if you allow your heart to be captured by career and church, you put your kid’s spiritual lives at risk. Far too many Christian children grow up with the vision of a loving Father in heaven, but live with the reality of an earthly father who seems more devoted to outside interests than he is to them. As a result, many children in Christian families today drift away from their faith as they become adults. Wagner reveals how accepting his challenge will not only result in spiritually healthy kids, but also give you the true adventure for which every Christian man yearns.
Features: Bibliography, Dust Cover, Price on Product - Canadian, Table of Contents
Target Age Group: 18 and UP
Physical Info: 0.88" H x 8.7" L x 6.3" W (0.86 lbs) 239 pages
Carton Quantity: 32
US SRP: 18.99 US
Pub Date: June 2008
Rich Wagner is the author of The Myth of Happiness, The Gospel Unplugged, and Christianity For Dummies. A former Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Rich Wagner was previously vice president of product development at an internet software company. Rich lives in New England with his wife and three sons. You can find him on line at richwagnerwords.com.
- Christian Living | Practical Life | Personal Growth
- Religion | Christian Life | Personal Growth
- Christian men - Men (Christian theology)
- Religious life
Religious Orientation | Christian
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|The Expeditionary Man: by Rich Wagner|
Author: Rich Wagner
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How do you prioritize between what you are driven to do at work and church with what you are responsible for at home? Rich Wagner debunks the myth of a “balanced life” and shares a biblical model of becoming a hands-on leader of his family.