Great books for great dads
“John Paul II showed me what real leadership looks like. He modeled for me how to pursue our God-given potential. Not coincidentally, this also makes us and those around us better employees, more capable of and more willing to work hard at building a stronger company. That’s something that makes both good human sense and good business sense.”
This one is for the stressed out super-dad, the father who is overworked and pulled in multiple directions. Motivational speaker Greg McKeown shows us how to recognize what is truly important, simplify our lives, do less better, and to say “no” to anything that is unessential.
|Dissecting the age of ‘do harm’ medicine|
Wesley J. Smith | FEATURES | 16 June 2016
A leading voice in American bioethics peers into the future in his new book
|Why medievalists should stop talking about Game of Thrones|
Philippa Byrne | FEATURES | 16 June 2016
Let's ditch the myths about Europe's Dark Ages.
|Great books for great dads|
Mary Cooney | FEATURES | 16 June 2016
A way to shows dads and husbands how much we appreciate them.
|Want to help society? Let kids know their fathers|
Barbara Kay | FAMILY EDGE | 16 June 2016
Children need time with their dad to know that they matter to him.
|Saxum: building peace in the Holy Land|
Carolyn Moynihan | ABOVE | 16 June 2016
A new pilgrimage centre is an act of faith in a multi-religious future for the region.
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