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In this personal and revealing book, Wagner challenges Christian men to harness their career ambitions and limit their ministries while their children are at home. He shows how the pull of business success and the call to church ministries are compelling-even seductive. But if you allow your heart to be captured by career and church, you put your kid's spiritual lives at risk. Far too many Christian children grow up with the vision of a loving Father in heaven, but live with the reality of an earthly father who seems more devoted to outside interests than he is to them. As a result, many children in Christian families today drift away from their faith as they become adults. Wagner reveals how accepting his challenge will not only result in spiritually healthy kids, but also give you the true adventure for which every Christian man yearns.
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Publication Date: 2009
"Every dad needs to embrace Rich's message of discovering the adventure of being a Godly father." - Carey Casey, CEO, National Center for Fathering
"The Expeditionary Man is an insightful and timely book. Men, especially married men with families, are in a quandary about how to achieve a life of adventure while trying to fulfill their obligations to their children and spouses. Rich Wagner, in a style that is personable and engaging, lucid and coherent, lays out a practical strategy for the greatest adventure a man could ever hope to capture in one life: through risking all for your family. From my own life's experience, his message rings true. It is a must-read book for all Christian men." - Archibald D. Hart, PhD, FPPR, Senior Professor of Psychology and Dean Emeritus Graduate School of Psychology