Dads Who Stay And Fight

Author: Greg Trimble
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 1462127630
Size: 43.56 MB
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In his debut book, Dads Who Stay and Fight, Greg praises dads who teach their kids to work, dads who stay and fight for their family when the going gets tough, and dads who make their wives feel beautiful and appreciated.

Super Husband Super Dad

Author: Tim Shoemaker
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736953515
Size: 60.43 MB
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You Can Be the Hero Your Family Needs Tim Shoemaker. 7. Strengthen your ...
A strong love for your wife will help you fight for her and will ulti- mately help you
defeat pornography's grip in your life. 8. Keep yourself in the ... on the path of
purity? By living according to your word” (Psalm 119:9). 9. Don't give up—keep
fighting. Always stay on guard. It's like a remodeling project. Sometimes the mess
gets bigger before you get to enjoy the new room. And as you attack
pornography's grip ...

Medal Of Dishonor

Author: George P. Miga
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1543423655
Size: 69.25 MB
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Perhaps because of his race, your dad may have decided that he would rather
die on that road than risk coming home and being thought of as a coward. But
there are some pretty fundamental reasons why men become heroes -- whatever
their race. I can tell you that your dad wasn't fighting on that road for his country.
In combat, your world narrows down to the men around you. They become your
family -- hell, they're more important than family.” “I'd hate to think that my dad
stayed on ...


Author: Meg Meeker
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 1621575675
Size: 26.70 MB
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But it's not true when fathers are engaged. And if you're reading this book, you
almost certainly want to be engaged. How do you do that? All you need to do is to
try. This whole book will show you how, but here are a few initial ideas to get you
started on being the hero your family needs. 1) Be tough enough to bear the
weight of family burdens. Many men become frustrated by their wives and
children. I get it: you often think you're not needed. But the truth is that you are
needed. Stay ...

Going Home Without Going Crazy

Author: Andra Medea
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 1572244496
Size: 54.25 MB
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HEROES. Think how the members of your own family play out this pattern. For
instance, your father may feel upset about your mother's spending, so he
becomes sarcastic. He feels like a victim, so he turns into a villain. Your mom, in
turn, feels ... Hero: ______ Victim: ______ Villain: ______ Hero: ______ Don't be
surprised if you can't name a hero. Heroes can be so short-lived that this role can
stay unfilled at times. Now, certain behaviors go with each role. For instance,
when Dad ...

Quiet Hero

Author: Rita Cosby
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781439165614
Size: 71.52 MB
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Would you want your children away at camp, or home with you?' The woman
quickly answered that she would want her children as close as possible. I thought
hard about her answer while I stayed at the camp a little longer, but about a week
later I decided that I had an obligation to return the Eagles to their families and to
help Lieutenant Stan fight the fight. I used the money he left me to rent two horse
carts, and I took all the boys back into Warsaw to reunite them with their parents.

Operation Stay In England

Author: Margaret Mignon
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1908354283
Size: 19.82 MB
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'What is the point of being a h-hero,' Billy said, 'if your f-family is left all a-alone?
We are more important aren't we?' Billy's dad was shocked at his reaction. At that
moment Billy's mum started to rub his back as a way of comforting him. Irritated by
this, Billy shrugged her away with his shoulders. She stood back hugging her
chest with her arms. Billy's dad did not know where to look. His eyes swept to and
fro from Billy to his mother and then back to Billy again. His dad began to explain.