Item description for Rules of Engagement: Finding Faith and Purpose in a Disconnected World by Chad Hennings...
Overview A three-time Super Bowl winner with the Dallas Cowboys--and highly sought after motivational speaker--presents 12 steps men can follow to strengthen their relationship with God, others and themselves, helping them find fulfillment. 50,000 first printing.
Publishers Description In all of the roles Chad Hennings has been privileged to play in life he has seen that the persistent "go-it-alone" myth in our society traps men from connecting in a meaningful way with other men. In fact, men in our society are emotionally disconnected from each other and from God.
In this book Chad wants to share the lessons he has learned that will make a difference in men's lives and tear down the walls that separate men from each other and their true selves.
This book will offer men a plan for a new approach to life that stresses:
Crafting character and vision for ones self
Healing the troubled past
Developing a work ethic
Commiting to self-care
Living with spirituality
Making a strategic life plan
Serving the family
Developing an understanding of money
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2010
ISBN 0446545392 ISBN13 9780446545396
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More About Chad Hennings
Chad Hennings played nine seasons for the Dallas Cowboys during the 1990s. Before that he was an Air Force fighter pilot who flew more than forty humanitarian missions during the first Gulf War. He won the Outland Trophy as the best interior lineman in the country while playing football for the Air Force Academy. Currently, he is a husband, father, businessman, and speaker for Christian and business audiences.
Reviews - What do customers think about Rules Of Engagement ~?
Very practical encouragement for men! May 21, 2010
I've been in an accountability group with other men for over 16 years. Even so, reading this book rekindled my passion for investing time and energy into my accountability partners. Chad shares from his heart and is very transparent in his writing. His athletic and military background are impressive and will peak most men's interest but his life journey is actually one that most of us can relate to. Regardless of our backgounds, our basic needs and questions about life are similar. I recommend this book to any man who is evaluating his priorities in life.
Rules of Engagement Mar 18, 2010
It's going to be the perfect gift for a Christian man who is a real fan of the Cowboys.
An Outstanding Book! Jan 30, 2010
I have read quite a few books that are entertaining and interesting. It isn't often I come across one that is not only entertaining and interesting, but it is essential reading for its target audience, which is males from about 15 to 25. Of course, men over 25 will enjoy the book too, but the values message in Rules of Engagement is so important that it should be read in the years in which moral values are forming.
The author describes how men in our society become emotionally disconnected from other men and from God. From his years as an Air Force pilot, he describes how important a "wingman" is to the pilot and how he has applied that concept into a civilian ministry.
Chad's style is not "preachy", but instead he offers a two part plan. In the first part he describes the challenges and talks about building character, work ethic, balance, and spirituality. He calls this part Basic Training. In the second part, or Active Duty, he describes a plan to live a life that is honorable and fulfilling.
Although Chad Hennings writes about his own life in football, the military and his own weaknesses, he does not focus the book on himself. The book is about men and how to live their lives for God.
I would recommend this book for all men, but especially for high school and college students, a graduate gift, men just starting out in the work world, Sunday School classes, and church libraries.