My Father in Me: How One Man's Life Influences Future Generations

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 152 pages
"My father in Me" is a compilation of stories experienced by Andy Kelley, former Underwater Demolition Team member (Navy Seal), and his son, Patrick Kelley. This book illustrates how the life of one person can positively influence multiple generations through example, word and intent. In turn, it helps us understand that we too, alter the lives of others as we interact in both positive and negative ways. "My Father in Me" also demonstrates how the "Kelley Mystique," a dangerous genetic trait, intrinsically motivates an individual to do some of the craziest things. This collection of life experiences, both humorous and heart-breaking, are wonderfully woven into a beautiful fabric called life. Each chapter, accentuated with a family picture, takes us step by step closer to our Heavenly Father through a deeper relationship with His Son, Jesus Christ. The book asks probing questions and addresses awkward life situations that are frequently avoided. Ultimately, "My Father in Me" uncovers the purpose of life and the importance of love and family.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter
11
Chapter 3
19
Chapter 4
27
Chapter 5
35
Chapter 6
43
Chapter 7
56
Chapter 9
69
Chapter 10
79
Chapter 11
85
Chapter 12
93
Chapter 13
101
Chapter 14
109
Chapter 15
119
Postlude
133
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