Is your weekend filled with traveling or just staying home. Do you have any special events to go to, are you doing a BBQ. I love holiday weekends number one because I get an extra day off from work. I mean who doesn’t love that. More important than the day off from work it gives me an extra day to spend with my wife and son. We don’t have any major plans, just staying around the house and just enjoying not having anywhere to be.
My wife took a little bit of time this morning to go hang out with a high school friend and do a little bit of shopping and I get the opportunity to play at a local course in the area on tomorrow for like dirt cheap. You can’t beat an Arnold Palmer course, and one of the hardest in the area for only 29 bucks…SCORE!!! Monday we are probably taken Peyton to go pick some Strawberries at a local farm. We had such a blast last year and decided we would make that our normal thing to do on Memorial Day Weekend.
So what about you, is there any event or special thing that you normally take part in on Memorial Day. If so let me know I would love to hear what you do?
Being a single man and striving to live a life of purity in today’s culture can be a frightening experience. Too often men walk into a marriage with hardly anything to give their wife because they have given up everything to previous girlfriends or relationships.
Hero is the third book in the Every Man’s Battle Series and Fred Stoeker is joined by his son Jasen to empower us as men to be a Hero, Becoming the Man She Desires.
Jasen’s story is amazing seeing that he went to a public school, graduated from a public college, and still was able to walk into his marriage with his purity in tact. Matter of fact, his first kiss was on his wedding day. That is pretty amazing if you ask me.
I highly recoomend this book for any guy. To many times we settle to be less than a Hero for the women around us. It doesn’t matter where you are in your walk, it is never to late to be a Hero. Fred’s story is proof that it is not to late to live a life of Purity. His commitment to purity broke a generational curse so it would not be left for his son to endure.
This book will keep you sucked in. It is a little over 200 pages and I was hooked. In a total of three days while working full time, I was finished reading. Even though I finished quickly the book has left me with hope that no matter where I am in my walk, or what I have done in the past, I can be the Hero my wife deserves, and pass that onto my Children. As a father I want my Son to see the Hero in me so that he can be the Hero for her.
Get the book Here: This is a great gift to give to your son or any other guy you know that may be leaving for College this year.