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Married since 1986, Pastor T.C. is married to Jacqueline with two beautiful children, Timothy Charles Brantley II and Jocelyn Racquel Brantley. During his years in ministry and marriage, TC has noticed that the body of Christ is not “real” when it come to marriage. Being a Christian is a start but it is not enough to endure the difficulties of marriage. However, through his own near divorce from Jacqueline, this book is humbly submitted. TC & Jacqueline have collectively been in ministry for over 50 years and have spoken at numerous revivals, street services, church services, youth crusades, prisons, and convalescent homes. The ministry has touched numerous cities in Connecticut, Boston, Mass, Jacksonville and Tallahassee, FL, Long Island and Jamaica, NY. The ministry has also been instrumental through radio, television, and print. T C has also authored: “Even Christians use the Bathroom,” “Further than Jabez,” “Can a Store Front Save a City,” and “New Sheets.”
Due to the popularity of certain successful men, persons have gotten the wrong definition of success. True success is internal and not external. The true measure of a man is how he deals with his home life. In war, the army that has a strong home front wins the war. This book is dedicated to men who want to redefine success as it relates to the home instead of the business. This book is for men who are tired of the emptiness they experience within their home life. This book reexamines success through the eyes of the wife instead of the business. The husband will know he has finally reached success as it relates to the smile of his wife instead of the vastness of his financial portfolio. When one dies, you cannot take earthly possessions. The only point you take is the treatment and legacy you left with namesakes. The family is the most important asset that one possesses. Stocks, bonds, cars, and houses are not true points of wealth. True wealth is defined by what you give or buy with a “priceless” tag. This includes time, love and family.