Faith Factor | Free book for active duty military men-
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The Fellowship of Fathers Foundation is offering through its Help Our Militaryand#8212; Every Dad (HOME) program, a book to any active duty military man requesting one through their military chaplain. The book and#8220;Be a Better Dad Today,and#8221; by author and philanthropist Gregory W. Slayton was released last month.
and#8220;Serving in the U.S. Military is one of the most honorable professions, but letand#8217;s face it, itand#8217;s also an extremely hard one, especially on families,and#8221; Slayton said. and#8220;My hope and prayer is that the tools and ideas put forward in and#8216;Be A Better Dad Todayand#8217; will be a powerful help for military dads.and#8221;
Published by Regal Books, and#8220;Be a Better Dad Todayand#8221; is available in stores everywhere. For active duty military men, it can be requested online, by their military chaplain. Inquire for the entire unit and the Chaplain will receive up to 30 free copies shipped immediately.
Written by former U.S. diplomat, the Honorable Gregory W. Slayton, this book has received high profile endorsements and is set to be valuable Fatherand#8217;s Day read. Slayton gets personal and shares openly about his own family, speaking as a father, to fathers, about self-improvement and success.
U.S. Senator and war veteran John McCain says, and#8220;I learned about life and honor from my father and grandfather, who were my heroes as Naval officers and, most importantly, fathers. Their courage and faith were an inspiration to me and a key to my survival in some of my most difficult times. Iand#8217;ve personally known Gregory and his family for years, and I know he exemplifies the title of his book and#8216;Be a Better Dad Today,and#8217; each and every day of his life. My hope is that this book will help every single man who picks it up to be the best father, the best husband, and the best man he can be.and#8221;–
To underscore his commitment of strengthening fatherhood and families, Gregory Slayton has committed to donate 100 percent of his book royalties to charity.
To get the book you must either email email@example.com or have your military chaplain request it online for your entire troop/battery/squadron/unit.
About Gregory Winston Slayton
The Honorable Gregory Winston Slayton is an American father, professor, diplomat, author, businessman, and philanthropist. He has served as U.S. Chief of Mission to Bermuda, appointed by President George W. Bush and reassigned by President Obama. He currently manages Slayton Capital and is a visiting professor at Harvard, Dartmouth and Stanford. He resides in New Hampshire with his wife of 23 years and their four children.-
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