Item description for Light the Torch, Pass the Flame: Lessons from Our Fathers by Mark R. Littleton, Jane Littleton & Jeanette Gardner Littleton...
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.
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.96" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.16" Weight: 0.09 lbs.
Release Date Mar 19, 1998
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
ISBN 083411710X ISBN13 9780834117105
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark R. Littleton, Jane Littleton & Jeanette Gardner Littleton
Mark Littleton, a former pastor and youth pastor, is the author of seventy books and a frequent speaker at churches, retreats, conferences, and other Christian gatherings. He is happily married to Jeanette Gardner and has four children: Nicole, Alisha, Gardner, and Elizabeth. The Littletons make their home in Gladstone, Missouri.
Mark R. Littleton currently resides in Des Moines, in the state of Iowa. Mark R. Littleton was born in 1950.
Reviews - What do customers think about Light the Torch, Pass the Flame: Lessons from Our Fathers?
A very good little book Mar 22, 2010
"Every father is creating a legacy. Passing on lessons--spoken and unspoken-for their children to live by."
This wonderful little pamphlet is filled with Mark and Jeanette Littleton's reminisces about their fathers - thinking about all of the lessons, small and great, that their fathers taught them as they lived their own lives. More, the book challenges the reader to light the torch and pass the flame, to leave a legacy of faith and godliness.
This is a very good little book, cramming so much into such a small package. I really liked the stories that the author's told - indeed, Jeanette's father sounded so much like my own dearly-missed father. I think that this is a great book for all Christian fathers to read, one that will challenge them, in a very friendly and loving way, to be the best, most godly fathers that they can be.