Happy Father’s Day

My father was a short man, good looking and though his hair grayed at the age of 17, well into his 70’s, thanks to L’Oreal, he could pass for a man 20 years younger. He was extremely charming and good-humored, fun to be around. All of his students loved him and education was not just a job to him, he really had a passion for education. He worked in the project areas of the City and went over and beyond to make sure his students were given the best opportunities for learning. Like many great men in their professional field he had personal flaws but it would be the twelfth of never before he would acknowledge any of them.—excerpt from How to Walk on Water: A Christian’s Guide…

A GOOD FATHER DOES HIS BEST TO PULL  My father was a short man, good looking and though his hair grayed at the age of 17, well into his 70’s, thanks to L’Oreal, he could pass for a man 20 years younger. He was extremely charming and good-humored, fun to be around. All of his students loved him and education was not just a job to him, he really had a passion for education. He worked in the project areas of the City and went over and beyond to make sure his students were given the best opportunities for learning. Like many great men in their professional field he had personal flaws but it would be the twelfth of never before he would acknowledge any of them.-–excerpt from How to Walk on Water: A Christian’s Guide…

Author: Renee

I am an author, Life Coach, and a retired Christian minister. My passion is helping others find their sense of self and identity after so many years of losing my own. So often we go to church and are still not aware of our disconnection with our true selves. The person inside that God deeply values. My husband and I have been married for over 30 years and have 3 children. I love gourmet cooking, swimming, all kinds of music, and political and religious discussion- the two things my mom said never to talk about at the dinner table.