The institution of marriage is like a successful basketball playbook.
We all tend to need spiritual and marital guidance. The institution of marriage is like a successful basketball play- book. Each year brings new challenges. There is a lot of planning involved. Marriages cannot base its future on past success or past failures. The Marriage Playbook offers spiritual and practical advice by using basketball as an analogy. Many people enjoy watching or playing basketball "for the love of the game". We should have the "love of the game" spirit for our marriages.
The book seeks to encourage all spiritual couples to love as Christ loves. As marriage counselors, we enjoy seeing the art of love protected and achieved through the Holy Spirit.
Jackson Bull is a retired private detective who spends most of his time with his two friends Hugh and Daniel, playing cards in their favorite local bistro. On the eve of the second anniversary of his retirement, nothing prepares Jackson Bull for the news he was about to receive from Hugh, his best friend for over 29 years. Jackson Bull's retirement is cut short for what becomes the most complicated investigative task in his 25-year career, a task that leads him to a hidden and an unbelievable secret surrounding the lives of his two best friends. How much does Jackson Bull know about his friends Hugh and Daniel?
A child is a precious gift. The best way first time parents can nurture their children is through building character at a young age. Growing up on the sugar plantation in Hawai'i, I learned quickly through my parents' words and actions how to live my life. When I became a dad, I recalled everything I learned and wrote it down. I realized that R2L3C2D3 was the formula that I would use,
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