James (a pseudonym for someone who prefers not to be identified) was confused about his future. It was odd because as Vice President of Information Technology at a mid-sized company he was doing quite well, or at least it appeared he was. Having grown up in a poor neighborhood in a Midwest city, he did much better than most of his friends – he lived. He went to college and was about to complete an EMBA. James loved his daughters and had a significant investment account ready to pay for their college. He was divorced, but on amiable terms with his ex-wife, and had a girl friend. He was devout in his faith, contributed his time eagerly to church projects, and was an advocate for Promise Keepers (a movement to encourage fathers to keep their promises to their families and their God). So what was wrong?