Who gets the best part of you every day? Your family should clearly know your time with them is the most important part of the day.
Power Plant [Field eGuide]
Power Plant: How to Have Enough Energy for Work and Home
5 reasons you’ll love this Field Guide:
1/ Quick read: You can read this guide in an hour or two. Unless, you’re a really slow reader. Then, it’ll be, like three.
2/ Single issue: Let’s be honest, most of us guys do better if we just focus on one thing at a time. Just sayin.
3/ Well written: Pastors, business leaders and gifted communicators poured great wisdom into the guides.
4/ Super cheap, nay, inexpensive: Grow as a godly dad for the price of a lunch, and support Manhood Journey. Win-win.
5/ Instant access: Since it’s an eBook, you can have them right away, to counteract bad-dad-emergencies. Just don’t expect it to be firewood. PDFs make bad kindling, historically speaking.
What’s in the Power Plant Field Guide? You’ll learn:
- The Most Important Part of Your Day: do you know what it should be? Do your kids know?
- The Lies We Buy: Mike breaks down the common misconceptions and out-right lies we tell ourselves about rest and relaxation.
- The Habits to Help: It’s not enough to stop bad stuff. Let’s replace bad habits with the right ones.
- Additional Resources to help you having more energy for work and home
About the author: Mike Lovato, M. Div.
Mike Lovato lives in Riverside, California with his wife, Nicole, and two daughters, Addison and Harper. He’s a graduate of California Baptist University and Gateway Seminary. Mike has served on staff at Magnolia Church since 2005, loves good coffee and enjoys being a weekend urban explorer.
About the editor: Ryan J. Sanders, M. Div.
Ryan Sanders is the Director of Outreach at Manhood Journey. He’s married to Tonia and they have two daughters and one son. He lives in Reston, Virginia, serves as Lay Pastor at McLean Bible Church in Washington, D.C. and is a diehard Washington Redskins fan.
Format: electronic PDF; mobile; to be used on any device and anywhere.