Fuel

Fuel

Catholic Men, Living the Faith: A Small Group Guide 

Author: Steve McCoy-Thompson

Author: Randy Haykin

Price: $12.95

Format: Paperback

Pages: 160

Trim size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches

ISBN: 978-1-59471-180-0

Imprint: Ave Maria Press

On-sale date: August 1, 2008

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Description

As the Catholic men's movement grows in visibility, this lively, practical resource for men’s faith groups has been widely welcomed. Steve McCoy-Thompson and Randy Haykin are businessmen seeking spiritual balance and fully engaged in their everyday lives. They artfully bring their personal faith journeys and astute understanding of the spiritual strivings of men to the pages of this book.

Written by laymen for laymen, Fuel maps a course for starting and sustaining a faith group for Catholic men. Designed to help men balance the demands of faith, family, work, and community, this self-contained guide provides prayers, reflection materials, clear meeting formats, discussion questions, and practical insights for Catholic men wanting to grow in their faith, share fellowship in Christ, and bring balance and deeper meaning to their lives.

This handy resource provides:

  • Flexible and adaptable material
  • Sound advice and easy-to-follow guidance
  • All the necessary blueprints for starting, growing, & sustaining a men's faith group
  • Everything in one information-packed book
  • FREE online support materials and retreat guide

Praise

"I highly recommend it."

"Finally, a very practical book that will help men come together and seek God’s plan for their lives! This is a much-needed book and I highly recommend it."

Rev. Larry Richards, Founder
The Reason for Our Hope Foundation

"Meaningful insights."

"With such a shortage of good resources for Catholic men, Fuel is a welcome resource for new or existing men's faith groups. It provides clear meeting formats and meaningful insights for Catholic men to grow in their faith, share fellowship in Christ, and learn to apply their faith to family, work, and the community."

Maurice Blumberg, Director
National Fellowship of Catholic Men

"Comprehensive yet not overwhelming."

"I welcome this resource for men on their journey of faith. Comprehensive yet not overwhelming, there is no other resource out there for Catholic men like this one."

Deacon Bill Urbine, President
National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers