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Fathering Like The Father
Fathering comes naturally to God. The rest of us can use some pointers. Who better to provide them than the Father who truly knows best?
Following that reasoning, father-and-son authors Ken and Jeff Gangel explore God's ways of forgiving, communicating with, disciplining, and loveing his children. Each chapter is packed with amusing acecdotes and personal vignettes that illustrate how fathers can model godly character for their children. Fathering Like The Father will inspire any dad or men's group with a heavenly perspective on fatherhood.
"As a son who was blessed with a godly dad, I found the message of Fathering Like the Father to be particularly meaningful. It reminded me of the enormous influence my father had on my life. Kenn and Jeff Gangel have drawn from their experiences as father and son to produce some compelling lessons in parenting. This book is for dads who understand that their children are gifts from God to be both cherished and nourished."
--Peter Nanfelt, president, Christian & Missionary Alliance
The Family First
"Rarely, if ever, has it been my pleasure to review a book of such scholarship with communicates to both lay and professionals as this one does. Dr. Gangel's spirit and recommendations offer food for thought and prayer together with outlines for future new direction for family order and fuction. I am happy to be able to heartily endorse and recommend this book to the reading public."
David Busby, M.D.
Your Family tackles the struggles every parent faces and provides the solutions every parent needs. The Gangels combine their backgrounds in biblical teaching and early childhood teaching with years of practical experience as parents of two and grandparents of four. The result is fresh and stimulating.
"I heartily recommend this book to all who believe that grace not only makes for better preaching but also better parenting".
Dr. Charles R. Swindoll
Dallas Theological Seminary