Wednesday, December 23, 2015

ebook review: 10 commitments for dads

Child rearing has never been easy, and if you're a dad today, trustworthy advice on good parenting and godly parenting skills can be hard to find. Author and speaker Josh McDowell has spent over 50 years successfully working with young people, including raising his own four children. He mentors you in guiding your children into 10 practical life commitments that will enable them to confidently face a scary world and an uncertain future. You can help your kids know how to love God, love themselves, and love others make right choices resolve conflict and respond properly to authority understand sex and relationships as God designed them deal humbly with success and graciously with defeat
Leading your kids with God's wisdom and practicing good parenting skills is the best way to love them. 10 Commitments for Dads gives you a straightforward, concise resource for keeping your children in the center of your heart.
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My Review:

I got this book for review from the publisher through netgalley.
This book seems to be for new dads what Swimming Upstream is for new moms. There's a lot of worry out there in the world, but even if you have a great support system and a little money, raising a kid can seem as overwhelming as bringing a new life into the world of The Walking Dead. (Thank you, dear husband, for making me watch that and get THOSE nightmares.) All kidding aside, the author definitely lends a friendly voice and affirmations telling fellow dads "hey, you got this. Here's a couple pointers, but do you bro." This is a Christian based book, so maybe don't go buying it as a wedding gift for every single man you know. But definitely buy it for someone, even if just yourself.

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