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What a Son Needs from His Dad: How a Man Prepares His Sons for Life By Michael O'Donnell,

  • Title: What a Son Needs from His Dad: How a Man Prepares His Sons for Life
  • Author: Michael O'Donnell
  • ISBN: 9780764209697
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • Encouragement and Wisdom on Fathering Boys No one can prepare a son for life better than his father Dads are role models and this book encourages fathers to grow into the kind of men they want their sons to become Practical topics include preparing boys for work, marriage, sexuality, friendships, and their relationships with God The author researches and speaks on familEncouragement and Wisdom on Fathering Boys No one can prepare a son for life better than his father Dads are role models and this book encourages fathers to grow into the kind of men they want their sons to become Practical topics include preparing boys for work, marriage, sexuality, friendships, and their relationships with God The author researches and speaks on family issues, and is also a dad himself Originally published as How a Man Prepares His Sons for Life Updated by the author.
    What a Son Needs from His Dad How a Man Prepares His Sons for Life Encouragement and Wisdom on Fathering Boys No one can prepare a son for life better than his father Dads are role models and this book encourages fathers to grow into the kind of men they want their s

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    1. It s obvious that specifically in our nation there has been a lack of dads stepping up to raise their children, and it s causing a difference in how the future generation of men will also perceive themselves This book attempts to address, and encourage dads to be active in their sons lives, and gives guidance on how to Biblically lead their children into manhood.This book gives some good tips in a short amount of pages It does a good job of progressing the dad from probably the easier task of ra [...]

    2. Okay it s probably obvious I m not a dad but I do have a son and I enjoy reading books that give me insight into raising my son My husband and I disagree on how we should raise our children and so when I had the chance to review this book, I wanted to read it so I could understand what my son needs I liked that the chapters were short, so that in the event if my husband ever wanted to read it, he would feel overwhelmed with the wealth of knowledge that is included While the author does focus on [...]

    3. I received this book in exchange for an honest review from Bethany House PublishersWhile I disagree with some of the author s beliefs I m a little less traditional than he is for example, the ideas of homosexuality are something we disagree greatly on I found this book at least a sincere guide for fathers He discusses the seven core principles he feels make a solid foundation for healthy masculine character , which are being a devout disciple of Christbeing a good citizenbeing a responsible work [...]

    4. This small book packs a large message Dads, get involved in your sons lives If you ever plan to teach your sons how to be men, you must invest the time to not only teach them, but you must also SHOW them how to become godly men A son requires hands on training from his dad He also requires a close relationship with him.Play with your son.Read to him Talk to him Tell him you love him Respect him Give him responsibility.Let him watch you work and interact with other people Let him see you pray and [...]

    5. The book is divided into chapters, each dealing with a different aspect of parenting a son At the end of each chapter are discussion questions that can be used to apply the information just learned.This book would make a great men s group study.Even though I m a mom, I enjoyed reading the book and felt like I could use some of the information given My husband is definitely going to read the book, but I m glad that I was able to read it first so we can discuss it together.It is well written and e [...]

    6. What a Son Needs From His Dad is a really short book at 141 pages There s lots of wisdom packed in there, though There were so many things mentioned that I d never thought about Obviously, this book was written for men, but even as a woman, my mind was opened to many things my sons will face, and things they will need as they grow I do think that men will get out of it, though It has managed to get a spot on my keeper shelf, and I will re visit it as my little ones grow into young men My favori [...]

    7. This is not a large book but it contains a lot of important information Having a son who is just over a year old much of the advice provided by Michael O Donnell is not yet relevant but very good for me to know and prepare for Written from a strongly Christian perspective this book, in clear and easily followed points, deals with how to positively influence your son I think about many of my students, from broken marriages like so many in society today, and realise the importance of boys being ra [...]

    8. Ah man I found this book to be very insightful Although, I do not have children yet, this book was well written with wisdom

    9. This was a well written book There wasn t anything particularly earth shattering, but the information was good and the references for further reading will prove helpful.

    10. Great Success requires Great PreparationA great book on the work we can do to prepare our sons for the world they face I plan to use this book with my son.

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