Dads are their kids’ coaches in life, and that requires a ton of prep work—not just on how to train them but to lead them as well. These 200+ devotions act as a dad’s game day clipboard, a blueprint for success as a role model—to teach kids how to live in a hard world full of ups and downs, wins and losses, strengths and weaknesses.
Bible wisdom, insightful quotes from other fathers, and encouraging inspiration grounded in God’s teachings will give dads the tools they need to craft a strong offense (engaging with kids) and defense (growing personal faith).
Does this book tell you everything about being a good dad? No, of course it doesn’t. However, I found that the principles discussed at the beginning of each section are pretty profound even if they sound like common sense. As my son was born a week and a half ago, I have tried to ponder on this little book and how I might apply it’s principles. Definitely a good quick read for a first time dad. And I would say a good refresher course for dads of many years or many times over.
- Greg, goodreads
A father’s day gift from my kids. I’ll try everything in here, no problem. I’ll report on how effective all of it is when I’m a grandfather.
- Martin, good reads.
Fathers defenitely play a very important role in Child’s growth. This book of wisdom for fathers gives great insights and wisdom to fathers. Can be a great gift to dad’s on father’s day!
Happy Father’s Day dads!
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