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The Joy Ride #13

The Masculine Journey / Sam Main
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September 7, 2020 8:00 pm

The Joy Ride #13

The Masculine Journey / Sam Main

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September 7, 2020 8:00 pm

Welcome to the Masculine Journey Joyride Podcast! On this podcast you will hear funny stories, exchanges, and thought provoking moments that will amuse you, make you smile, and draw you closer to Jesus Christ in your journey of life.

The band of brothers have been discussing legacy lately on the Masculine Journey, and Jim shared with the guys what his legacy is.

 

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This is the Truth Network welcome fellow the mass majority joyride podcast is a brand-new show from the guys you know I'm talking of course about the band of brothers my name is Keith and I am the producer for masculine journey management dry after our podcast stories stranded at the moment I will make you smile and jogged closer to Jesus Christ life.

I have two questions for you.

What is your legacy and are you living the type a legacy that you want to leave know what you think about your answers. Let's listen to Jim as he shares with the guys what his legs well by what you say really well before my grandfather, but books were first calls I have his name, third and the first thing that I thought was my love military as my grandfather fought for one first antiaircraft Battalion that the United States ever had and he was in company a slim great war. Yes, the great work that map part is that's part of what triggered ends with Ellis about letter later this week and my father was a World War II must and my mother probably did more fighting in World War II. My father did.

So I always have that as a legacy when I try to give military the first, was too blonde went to the sotalol Maple scholarship ROTC scholarship but colorblind. So I said sorry you can't stay well I can stay but you can't go on our nickel and the bells first time I tried I tried again in my 30s and at that point I was too fat and I really wasn't with her chart was BMI. All it stuff but the last time I tried I been Catholic.

I could've gotten in because they would waive the age with the last of us to hold because of Protestant. So that decades they would waive your age. If you're Catholic as a chaplain because they deeded chaplains desperately and Catholics can go either way. For some reason, Catholics don't like to be blessed by Protestants who don't do what they're doing anyway.

Right now Darren was to say something so categorize 1/4 hearted but that was my first thought. But then I got to thinking deeper. My grandmother would tell me about pastors that have been deep Balmain great-great-grandfather was a Baptist pastor. My grandfather and father were both Terry and deacons and elders certainly will find out what some thought it was a while ago and greatest legacy.

They gave me was my name in Christ God love my name I gave it my son. My son paid me a great complement and my father's well and that he said that if he had a son he was going to start over Junior which is my father because he lived with them a while and recognize the great man that he was both my grandfather and my father were man that I would be proud to be connected with, and both spiritually and in every other respect. They were men of integrity, was a legacy thank you Jim for most of that time I get down the road. This is the Truth Network


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