Fatherless Generation: Redeeming the Storyby John A. Sowers
John Sowers, President of The Mentoring Project, writes a personal and compelling description of the fatherless generation---a description that calls the reader to compassionate action. See more details below
John Sowers, President of The Mentoring Project, writes a personal and compelling description of the fatherless generation---a description that calls the reader to compassionate action.
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- Zondervan Publishing
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- 609 KB
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
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A lot of books claim to be descriptive magnum opus of today's youth... it is this or that generation, x/y/z/me. This book is the best descriptor I have ever read - a highly accurate book, as well as slightly prophetic and disturbing. But it didn't leave me with grief, but hope. I love this book. Too bad books like this never make the NY TImes. More people need to read it. Millions more. In the meantime, we can just keep reading our self-help, diet, me-centered books - as well as teenage romances about vampires or wizards or werewolves or something critically-acclaimed and vital to our culture. Thank God for vampires.
this book hit me hard, i was crying two pages in. it didn't let up and i was deeply moved, shocked, motivated. and it also made me really think about my own (mostly fatherless) home. really glad i read it.
This book captures the untold (and misunderstood) reality of many teens in America. Fatherless Generation opened my eyes to the urgent need to get involved with those unnoticed by their fathers. Highly recommended.