How Will I Be Remembered?
I think it is a question all men ask themselves at some point of their life. No matter where we come from or what our background, we all come to a place where we want to be remembered. We want our lives to matter...we want our legacy to last.
I think of men in the Bible, they were in the same place as we are, facing the same struggles. Each one of them worked through their struggles and created a life that lasts. That's what we want to show men, that no matter where you are or what you've done, you can create a lasting legacy.
I know in my own life, I came to that point. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was a young man filled with anger and rage, and, in a fit of temper, I put my fist through a door. It was at that moment that I realized, I needed to make a change, I didn't want this to be my legacy!
So I started studying the men in the Bible and analyzing what they did to change the path they were going on, how they made chances, what they did to become men whose legacies still matter today. How did they become men who lived lives that lasts.
That is what our new book is, a compilation of my studying, learning from these men how to create a new legacy. In Legacy: Living a Life That Lasts, we will see how to break a bad legacy and start creating a new, godly legacy, a legacy that Lasts! We will see different legacies we can work on incorporating into our lives.
You Can Create A New Legacy! You Can Live A Life That Lasts!!
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Jamie Holden, the founder and director of Mantour Ministries, has a passion to help men reach their full potential as God's sons. He is an ordained minister with the PennDel District of the Assemblies of God and an AG Associate Missionary with AG Missionary Church Planters and Developers, focusing on reaching men and strengthening men's ministry. He plans and hosts regional men's conferences, as well as speaking and leading workshops at men's events. He also produces resources and discipleship tools for men's ministries and men in prison.