Crossing the Goal: Playbook on Our Father

By Brian Patrick, Curtis Martin, Danny Abramowicz, Peter Herbeck
Crossing the Goal: Playbook on Our Father



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Crossing the Goal: Playbook on the Our Father lays out a game plan for becoming godly men by studying the Lord’s Prayer. Coach Danny Abramowicz, Peter Herbeck, Curtis Martin, and Brian Patrick tackle the Our Father, phrase by phrase, and reveal how its timeless wisdom can change your life.

Crossing the Goal: Playbook on the Our Father asks men:

  • What kind of Father do you have in heaven?
  • What is the difference between God and you?
  • What are the four hardest words you’ll ever pray?
  • Who provides your bread?
  • How often are you to forgive?

and much more!

The Playbook is ideal for group and independent study. Its “Spiritual Fitness Workouts” are designed for groups of fifteen to twenty men that meet once a week for ninety minutes.

The Crossing the Goal playbooks help men grow spiritually and equip them to become strong, vibrant, and active in their families, the Church, and the world.

About the Authors

Danny Abramowicz is a former Pro-Bowl receiver and NFL coach. He is a popular speaker and author in evangelical ministry to Catholic men and president and founder of Crossing the Goal Ministries.

Peter Herbeck is a 25-year veteran in evangelization and Catholic renewal, both nationally and internationally. He is vice president and director of Missions for Renewal Ministries.

Curtis Martin is a national leader in evangelization and training of college students. He is president and founder of FOCUS, the Fellowship of Catholic University Students.

Brian Patrick is a broadcast veteran of television and radio for nearly 35 years. He is the host of Son Rise Morning Show in Cincinnati, and founder of GNN, The Good News Network.

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