Light the Torch, Pass the Flame
Every father is creating a legacy. Passing on lessons--spoken and unspoken--that their children will live by. Light the Torch, Pass the Flame is a very special book that celebrates the life lessons passed on from father to child. Touching and...
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Every father is creating a legacy. Passing on lessons--spoken and unspoken--that their children will live by. Light the Torch, Pass the Flame is a very special book that celebrates the life lessons passed on from father to child. Touching and poignant, each inspirational reading will inspire you to remember your own upbringing and motivate you to transmit a legacy of faith and godliness to those who will come after you. Light the Torch, Pass the Flame is an enduring testament to the power a father has to shape the future. Paper.
On the bank of a still lake, far from the bustle of civilization, two men stand silently. The only sound made is that of the reel, casting and recasting, and the long line slaps against the water. The men are father and son. Next summer, the son's young daughter, merely six, will join them on the quiet bank and she will be taught the ways of the rod and reel. Whether taught or observed, mimicked or inherited, she receives vital and lasting training from her father and her grandfather.^Light the Torch, Pass the Flame is a very special book that celebrates life's lessons passed from father to child. Touching and poignant, the book motivates fathers to remember their father's wise words and deeds. It moves these men of faith to implement the multi-generational lessons into their own lives.^Reflecting Christian commitment and the love of the Heavenly Father, Light the Torch provides an enduring testament to upbringing a child receives from a loving father. You can almost hear the throaty chuckle of the father as he watches his six year-old catch the first fish.
Jeanette Littleton is the author of three books, including When Your Child Strays: Hope and Help from Parents Who've Been There, to be released in July 2003. She has written more than 3000 other pieces--including short fiction, skits, and more. Jeanette frequently speaks at writers' conferences, and with her husband, Mark, has written two books and directs Heart of America Christian Writers Network. They enjoy coffee in Kansas City with three children.
Littleton is a graduate of Colgate University and Dallas Theological Seminary. He has served both as a youth pastor and pastor, and continues his ministry today as an itinerant speaker and writer of all things factual and fabulous. He has published over thirty books on various themes and subjects, including the spiritual life, depression, time management, Bible study, and the problem of evil and suffering.