Wednesday, October 20, 2010

First Things First Kurt and Brenda Warner Book review

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I am all about true stories and happy endings after struggles and hardships and also a fan of anyone that helps others. Which is why I was drawn to this particular story "First things first" Kurt and Brenda Warner's story of their ups and downs of being parents of 7 kids all while juggling an NFL career and a foundation that helps disadvantaged youth.
Kurt Warner is the two-time NFL MVP–winning quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals. Brenda Warner is an ex-Marine turned stay-at-home mom who collects coats for low-income kids and rocks babies to sleep at a hospital for chronically-ill infants. Together they’re the parents of seven, going into their 12th year of marriage, and founders of a foundation that helps disadvantaged children and families. Their formula for success? They put First Things First—family, faith, and giving to others—it’s their family motto, and it drives everything they do. First Things First is an honest, insightful, and entertaining look at life inside the Warner household. Kurt and Brenda speak candidly about their marriage, the values they are working to instill in their kids, things they’ve done right, mistakes they’ve made, the importance of giving back, and the legacy they hope to leave behind. Includes a 16-page full-color photo insert.
My thoughts continued:
I think it is so important in any family to teach kids to give to others that are less fortunate than yourself. I don't care how bad your life seems there is always someone less fortunate or worse off then yourself. It feeds the soul to help others. I try everyday to teach my kids that it is important to put God and others first. At the end of the day you will feel more at peace and closer to God.
I recommend this book to any family that is instilling the gift of giving in their family.

I was given a free review copy of the above book by Tyndale Publishing so I could facilitate my review I was in no way compensated in any manner and my review is completely unbiased .

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