God and Football: Why Men Love the Game
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Author Patrick Greak Book Signing Event

WHEN: 2013-08-10

TIME: 2:00-4:00 p.m.

WHERE: Hastings, 405 W Loop 281, Longview, TX

WHAT: Greak, a resident of Holly Lake Ranch, TX, will be available to sign copies of his book, God and Football: Why Men Love the Game.

The connection between religion and sports is everywhere in our culture. Athletes and fans alike are known for praising God for all success. But beyond these public displays of religion is a spiritual connection that exists between our faith and our favorite teams. God and Football: Why Men Love the Game takes an in-depth look at this connection to show the spiritual reasoning behind our passions for the game.

Playing or watching the game of football is beneficial physically and spiritually.  Real-time decisions made during a game simulate decisions that will be made later in life off the field.  Yet risk is involved and attached to the activity.  Injuries can and do occur during games, just as spiritual injuries occur in our daily lives.   While football is a fierce game, it teaches us the importance of following the rules, embracing discipline, committing to a team, and trusting in a higher power. Football helps make men better by reminding us of our mortality as well as teaching us valuable life and spiritual lessons. Find out more about the connection between football and spirituality in God and Football: Why Men Love the Game.

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