When I was a kid, I always wanted to play hockey like Richard Brodeur. As a fan of the Vancouver Canucks, I remember the crazy scene as thousands of Canucks fans waved towels in the air, and King Richard was unstoppable in the eyes of this little boy.
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This role of ambassador first and foremost requires a thorough understanding of the wishes and desires of our King. Then, it requires an allegiance to faithfully represent His heart and His commands towards those who are both friend and stranger—allies and enemies.
As a dad, I love to tell stories about how hard my life was compared to how easy my kids have it. I’ve told them how I actually had to get up to change the channel on the TV, and how I had to wait for two minutes for my phone to dial in to the internet. My kids have heard stories about the times I almost died drowning in a pool or in a lake. They’ve heard about my finest moments, and my lowest moments.