40 Letters To A New Dad

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Becoming a new father can be an overwhelming experience. Suddenly, there is this new life looking to you for protection, provision, and guidance. It can be difficult to know where to begin. Often new fathers look to their own fathers or other elders for counsel and direction as they take on their new lifelong role.

In Forty Letters to a New Dad, Steven Molin reflects in his letters on the wonder of fatherhood as he shares stories and insights from his own parental experience ...

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Overview

Becoming a new father can be an overwhelming experience. Suddenly, there is this new life looking to you for protection, provision, and guidance. It can be difficult to know where to begin. Often new fathers look to their own fathers or other elders for counsel and direction as they take on their new lifelong role.

In Forty Letters to a New Dad, Steven Molin reflects in his letters on the wonder of fatherhood as he shares stories and insights from his own parental experience with his son who has recently become a father. As he explores the fathering experience in such letters as "Reflecting On A Miracle," "The Fear Of Parenting," and "Now You Know About Unconditional Love," there is the realization that, as Christians, we have a heavenly Father to which we can look for our example. God loves us more than any father could ever love his child, giving us a model for how fathers should love their own children.

Forty Letters to a New Dad is a perfect gift for men taking their first steps on their journey of fatherhood, assuring them that they are not alone as God walks with them on this wonderfully petrifying and terrifyingly glorious experience of being a new dad.

Steven Molin is the senior pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran Church (ELCA) in Stillwater, Minnesota. He has also served parishes in Oregon and South Dakota, and been an area director for the youth ministry organization Young Life. Molin is the author of Journey Of Stones (CSS) and A Faith For All Seasons (CSS). He is a graduate of Concordia University (St. Paul, Minnesota) and Luther Theological Seminary. He is the father of two children and a proud grandfather of Gordie Molin, born in 2005.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780788025259
  • Publisher: CSS Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Pages: 92
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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