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The Chill would go on to win two conference championships and make the playoffs for five of the eight seasons.
The Chill then suspended operations for in to make room for the Blue Jackets.
The Chill franchise relocated during their inactive two year status to their present location in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania , for the —02 season as the Reading Royals.
The Royals made their first trip to the Kelly Cup playoffs in in their third season, winning the North Division playoff championship under head coach Derek Clancey.
In the next season, they became the North Division regular season champions, only to lose to the eventual Kelly Cup champion Trenton Titans in the North Division Finals.
Under coach Karl Taylor from to , the Royals had generally mediocre performance in regular season performances.
In the —08 season, skaters Dany Roussin and Brock Hooton enjoyed some fame in Reading due to their "goal-a-game" nature for much of the season, while tough-guys Steven Later and Malcolm MacMillan were among league leaders in penalty minutes. After a strong finish to the regular season, Taylor led the team to the North Division Finals where their tour ended in a seven-game battle with the Cincinnati Cyclones.
The Cyclones continued on to sweep past other teams to win the Kelly Cup, but the Royals were the only team to take them to seven games in the playoffs.
Veteran Larry Courville and former head coach Derek Clancey have also contributed to the Royals organization.
New affiliations and the Courville era[ edit ] The —08 season would be Karl Taylor's last with the Royals organization. On July 9, , the Royals became the affiliate of the Boston Bruins and a secondary affiliate for the Toronto Maple Leafs for the —09 season.
The Royals continued to wear their colors of purple, black, and silver. On July 24, , Reading announced that Jason Nobili would be head coach for the —09 season.
Unfortunately, Nobili was unable to coax much from the team and was dismissed by Kaye on January 6, , with the team in last place overall in the ECHL. Larry Courville was named as interim coach for the remainder of the season.
Farrar explores biblical manhood and fatherhood in a way that is brutally honest and very practical.
I finished it feeling both challenged and excited in my role as a husband and father. Jul 08, Randall Hartman rated it it was amazing First published in , I recently re-read this book with several other men.
While some of the examples humorously date the book in its decade, the message of the book and its importance remain just as relevant in the 21st century for men who want to fulfill their God-given leadership responsibilities in a faithful way.
The dramatic cultural changes in the quarter-century since then only serve to hammer home how critical a sold-out-to-God husband and father are to the spiritual health of our fa First published in , I recently re-read this book with several other men. The dramatic cultural changes in the quarter-century since then only serve to hammer home how critical a sold-out-to-God husband and father are to the spiritual health of our families, our churches, and our mission in the world.
The book's title is taken from the role of the platoon leader in the Vietnam war, taking the "point" to alert those in his charge about the enemy's position and possible attacks while leading them safely to accomplish their mission. Similarly, in family life, the husband's role as spiritual leader is to do the same for his family through loving Christ, displaying Godly character, loving his wife, and loving his children.
Personal spiritual growth is a key foundation of this leader's life, and so he emphasizes two critical steps that are very easy to understand but difficult to implement - the absolute necessity for men of God to engage in the spiritual disciplines of regular Bible reading and prayer.
Growth comes no other way Prayer and Scripture go together, and we are most effective when we have a good balance of the two.