The Playbook for Dads - Jim Kelly, Ted Kluck & Dan Marino

The Playbook for Dads

By Jim Kelly, Ted Kluck & Dan Marino

  • Release Date: 2012-09-04
  • Genre: Christianity
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The Playbook for Dads Jim Kelly, Ted Kluck & Dan Marino Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

On the football field NFL great Jim Kelly was a strong-armed passer, leading his team to victory after victory. In The Playbook for Dads he passes principles instead of footballs, still using his talent to lead men, but now he leads them to greatness as fathers, in his view the world's most important job.

With an emphasis on preparation, hard work and perseverance, Kelly tackles such essential issues as respect, character, accountability and spiritual discipline. From commitment and courage to honesty and humility, Kelly's lessons-learned on and off the field- guide men striving to be the fathers God designed them to be shy so their children can grow to be everything they are meant to be. Conversational and refreshingly honest, Jim challenges fathers to work hard, pray for their children often, love their wives and implement these principles. Both practical and inspirational this is Jim Kelly coaching every dad how to be the star quarterback for the home team-his family.

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