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Some families cheer for the same sports teams, generation after generation, simply because -Dad did.- But in Cleveland, all -Dad did- for 52 years was watch losing teams orchestrate epic failures on the biggest stages. That all changed in 2016, on Father's Day.
After decades of waiting, Cleveland fans finally celebrated a winner when the Cavaliers capped off their historic run to the 2016 NBA title on Father's Day. This collection of personal stories examines the intricate and sometimes messy relationships that are found at the intersection of our calling as fathers, our passion as Cleveland sports fans and, above all, our identity as followers of Christ.
-The miracle of fatherhood is the only thing that tops 'Father's Day Miracle.' These intimate accounts of the challenges and rewards of being a father are guaranteed to stir up a fresh commitment to raising spiritually and emotionally healthy children.
-Pastor Jerry Birch, Team Chaplain, Cleveland Cavaliers
-The book had me at 'Cleveland sports fans.' Any book that combines fatherhood with the love of sports will be a great read, but what sets 'Father's Day Miracle' apart is its ability to go far beyond sports to what really matters: impacting the lives of my children.
-Greg Nettle, President of Stadia; Co-Author of -Small Matters: How Churches and Parents Can Raise Up World-Changing Children-
-If victory has a thousand fathers, then no wonder LeBron and his Father's Day Miracle have a million of them, literally. After reading through this series of stories, I knew I had to own this book, read this book, and share this book. Your story is also hidden within these pages. Cleveland, this is for you!
-Ray Jeske, Host, -The Ray Jeske Show, - ESPN 990
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bound: 143 pages
publisher: One Heart Communications (April 4, 2017)
filesize: 512 KB