Dads, Be #1 for Your Kids
What does it take to become a great dad? The question alone might overwhelm you, but it's really more simple than you might think. It all starts with having a heart for God, and a heart for your kids.
In A Dad After God's Own Heart, bestselling author Jim George shares the basics for how to be a good dad with your kids, including...
- letting your kids know you love and care for them
- learning the keys to positive and effective communication
- knowing the qualities kids need most in a dad
- ways to encourage your children in their spiritual growth
- how to build healthy relationships that will last for a lifetime
As you commit to learning how to become the dad your kids need, you'll not only draw closer to your children, but you'll find incredible blessings in fatherhood.
|Publisher:||Harvest House Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.70(d)|
About the Author
Jim George and his wife, Elizabeth George, are Christian authors and speakers. Jim, author of A Husband After God’s Own Heart (a Gold Medallion finalist) and The Bare Bones Bible® Handbook, has MDiv and ThM degrees from Talbot Theological Seminary. He has served in various pastoral roles for 25 years and on The Master’s Seminary staff for ten years. Jim and Elizabeth have two married daughters and are grandparents.
Table of Contents
From a Dad's Heart 7
Chapter 1 A Dad Who Has a Divine Model 11
Chapter 2 A Dad Who Walks in the Spirit 21
Chapter 3 A Dad Who Is a Teacher 33
Chapter 4 A Dad Who Is a Trainer 47
Chapter 5 A Dad Who Is an Instructor 59
Chapter 6 A Dad Who Is an Intercessor 71
Chapter 7 A Dad Who Is a Prayer Warrior 83
Chapter 8 A Dad Who Is a Shepherd. 97
Chapter 9 A Dad Who Is a Watchman 109
Chapter 10 A Dad Who Is a Guide 121
Chapter 11 A Dad Who Is an Encourager 133
Chapter 12 A Dad Who Is a Team Player 145
Chapter 13 A Dad Who Goes the Distance 157
Study Guide 171
How to Study the Bible-Some Practical Tips 219
A One-Year Daily Bible Reading Plan 223
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