Eight Common Failures of Fathers : And How to Avoid Them
This is not a book for the faint of heart. D. J. Young continues his enlightening series of books for Dads here with Eight Common Failures of Fathers, and How to Avoid Them. Examining eight vital factors crucial to successful parenting, Young carefully leads us through the reasons why certain qualities and behaviors are important for Dads to demonstrate. Do you -understand why discipline is important? -value your significance as a father? -have God's perspective on life and death? -know the unwritten code of fatherhood? -want to grow and change with your child? -long to be the best dad you can be? -behave like a man of character? -forgive your child for his or her mistakes? Resolve to walk the path set before you with integrity, love and value. Here in your hands are valuable keys to becoming a dad of distinction.
- Paperback | 60 pages
- 140 x 216 x 3mm | 82g
- 04 Apr 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About D J Young
Presently D.J. Young is a full-time writer, mentor and conference speaker with a passion for encouraging men in their God-given role as Dad. He has authored multiple books under Wisdom4Dads ministry. He and his wife Kathy have been married over 44 years and are the happy parents of five adult children and grandparents of eight. D.J Young grew up in Aberdeen, South Dakota. After serving in the U.S. Navy in Japan, he received a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Carroll College in Montana and later did graduate studies in Special Education. After a season of pasturing in Illinois, D.J. became a Christian School and Bible College teacher for over twenty years. At the same time he and his family hosted over thirty international students with varying lengths of stays--from one week to three years--and various countries--Latvia, Germany, Guatemala, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Switzerland, Indonesia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, etc.. As a board member of Oregon Christian Writers for ten years, D.J. created a team of volunteers and directed three successful summer writers' coaching conferences. D.J. maintains a writing plan because he has a list of more books to write, but one of his greatest joys is to encourage men who may be in a time of personal, spiritual crisis. He provides personalized communication (usually over the phone) as each man, husband, and dad continues to walk with the Lord.