Friday, January 7, 2011

First Things First by Kurt & Brenda Warner

This book is a fun and honest look at what the Warner household is really like. Kurt and Brenda take turns discussing topics about their family that inspire and challenge readers, as well as correct misconceptions created by the media. They have built their marriage and family on “rules” that promote love and respect for themselves and others. It is evident from reading the book that Kurt and Brenda did not write it to feed the curiosity of Kurt Warner football fans, but rather to share their desire to leave a lasting legacy for their kids and anyone else their lives touch. They share the realism of their lives; their joys and struggles as people, not celebrities.

I particularly enjoyed the fact that this book was not just an autobiography; it was deeper than that. I enjoyed the honesty of the Warners as they shared their parenting tips, favorite moments with the kids, challenges of Kurt’s career and even marriage rules. It was a joy to meet the family and read how they are a normal family! The Warners share their hearts openly with the hope they will benefit other people and they do. I recommend the book for couples of all ages to be inspired and maybe learn something to incorporate into their family.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Tyndale House Publishers as part of their book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.


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