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8 Great Adventures for Dads and Sons

  • By Bob Gresh
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It's great to be a guy...and you can help your tween son grow up knowing how awesome it is to be a man after God's heart.

In a world focused on creating low expectations for young men--which has led to videogame addictions, sexual carelessness, and poor school performance--you can do something extraordinary. You can lead your son to be the best young man he can be--in mind, body, and spirit.

Using eight biblically-based conversations you can have with your son, and memorable father-son adventures to enhance those talks, along with some sound advice from Dannah Gresh on how a mom can support her son, author Bob Gresh helps you point your tween son to the truth about God's design for men. With stories and examples boys can relate to, your son will learn about: The Brotherhood (What does it mean to be a guy?)Body care (Can someone please pass the deodorant?)The basic plumbing (What's okay and what's not?)Girls (Do they have cooties or...?)Leadership (Helping others succeed)Calling (How God wants to use him)Push-ups and eating greens (Not every boy is an athlete, but every boy has a body to take care of.)

Give your son the advantage of learning the amazing truth: it's great to be a guy

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9780736962780
    • Manufacturer: Harvest House Publ
    • Language of Text: English
    • ISBN 13: 9780736962780
    • Publication Date: 08/01/2015
    • Format: Paperback
    • Author: Bob Gresh
    • Page Count: 128
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