Letters To My Son

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WinePress Publishing, 2012 - 108 pages
Dear Dad . . . Are you a father who longs to leave your son some simple words of encouragement as he begins his own faith journey as an adult? Do you feel like you have, on one hand "said it all," but on the other hand, are not sure that you have communicated the most important things pertaining to the soul? Are you wrestling with entrusting him to "Another Father" as he moves away from your daily influence? If your answers are "Yes" to these questions, then this compilation of heart-felt letters is a must read for you and your son! This book consists of 39 letters put into 12 chapters of authentic, self-disclosing communication from a father to son that holds universal application to every father and young adult son journeying in faith together.

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Jamies words of engagement and teaching truly come across sincerely from a life long journey of seeking to put God first in his life and then elegantly and humbly passing on to his son and us the reader what Holy Spirit has patiently taught him. True gems of wisdom laced with perfunctory humor. An easy read that once finished draws you back to the beginning to read more slowly so to capture these real life nuggets and make them your own so you to can share Jamies letters with your own sons & daughters. Thank you Jamie for this gift. May Holy Spirit bless you and give you more rivers of joy to experience here on this earth and even better ones when Christ returns with His New EARTH
Grace & Peace your eternal friend-Corky


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