Monday, July 21, 2014

Book Review: The Making of a Man: How Men and Boys Honor God and Live with Integrity by Tim Brown

And here is another book by an athlete and how he developed character traits that he is proud of and feels embody lessons that he wants to pass on to others. While this athlete too finds strong backing in his faith, the book is not overly religious and can be read by people who normally do not read books about Christian faith. This book is geared towards adults and provides lessons on how Mr. Brown led his life and what he perceives as important life lessons that can help others be successful in life. It should be noted that success in life does not necessarily mean making lots of money, but leading a good life as a person that others can look up to.

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 Not surprisingly, a lot of the chapters deal with lessons about family life and how to be a good husband. While a lot of the chapters focus on his time as a football player, several chapters deal with his life experiences outside of football as well and her we get to know the Tim Brown that is unknown to most of us.
I found this book a good read for young men that are unsure how to tackle the challenges of adulthood, being on their own and making their own decisions. Mistakes will be made and the important thing it to learn from your mistakes and to realize when to reach out for advice and help.

Disclaimer: I received a a free book through BookLook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review. The opinion expressed in this post is solely my own and have not been influenced by any third party.

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