Have you noticed in recent years we have a national day for just about everything?
Today is April 25, 2017. If you search you'll see it's National Crayola Day
It's Freedom Day in Portugal. Okay, that's a legit holiday. The closest I've gotten to Portugal is looking at Scott's pictures from his trip.
You'll also discover it's National DNA Day, East Meets West Day, Hairstylists Appreciation Day, National Telephone Day, National Plummer's Day and many more.
What you may not discover in your research on April 25, is my brother, Chris Lutz was born on this day. He's been a great brother over the years. I've watched him grow into a good husband and father. Chris is a good example of a godly father. Maybe because we grew up with a great example with our dad.
Acts 10:2 NIV "He and all his family were devout and God-fearing; he gave generously to those in need and prayed to God regularly."
My dad and brother are both devout and God-fearing and have prayed for our families regularly. I'm truly blessed to be part of their family.
Because most of these other holidays don't mean much to me, I'm going to be corny and proclaim it National Good Brother Day.
This is Chris with his wife Carol when we vacationed with them in Maine this fall.
And here's a picture of Dad with the family.
And because I have sons, I decided to throw in a picture of them with Tim as we celebrate National Good Brother Day.
If you have a brother, I encourage you to reach out to him today.
Happy National Good Brother Day!
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