Monday, July 01, 2013
Be Intentional and read Intentional Walk
Admittedly, I’m not a Cardinals fan, but I grew in appreciation for the players on the Cardinals. This is not just a baseball book, telling funny anecdotes, but it’s a mini biography on many players. As they share stories about triumphs, mistakes and the many ways they overcame their struggles.
This is a book about the faith of these players. They aren’t afraid or embarrassed to talk about their faith and share how they’ve overcome and succeeded as they sought God, whether early in their career, or near the end. There was also a section about the 2012 playoffs in which the Cardinals lost to the Giants.
I was sold on this book in the Introduction. Mike Matheny wrote a letter to parents when coaching his son’s little league team, and while it was a long letter, he wrote this, “I always said that the only team I would coach would be a team of orphans, and now here we are. The reason for me saying this is that I have found the biggest problem with youth sports has been the parents. I think the concept I am asking all of you to grab is that this experience is ALL about the boys.” I’ve always wanted to say something like that. Great statement by Matheny. He also makes no apologies about being a follower of Jesus in that letter.
Overall, I would highly recommend this book.
I received a copy of this book from free from www.booksneeze.com to read and review. The opinions above are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.
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