Being a Dad Who Leads (eBook) (Être un père selon Dieu)
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Become the father your children need.
As a Christian father, you have an important responsibility - that of bringing up your children according to the Bible, while being a role model for them. However, it is not so easy to do this in a society that attacks the role of fatherhood and Christian values within the family. Are you sometimes tempted to give up?
The Bible offers clear advice for fathers who want to play their role effectively. John MacArthur examines the character traits essential for teaching children, for making them obey, and for strengthening family unity.
Make a commitment to be a father who is willing to lead his family and God will enlighten you every step of the way. There is no better way to experience God's blessings for your family! Rest assured that the example of a father according to God will have an impact on several generations.
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Since 1969, John MacArthur has been the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church, a church in Sun Valley, California. His ministry of preaching by exhibition is unmatched in scope and influence; during the four decades of ministry in the same Church, he exposed verse by verse the entire New Testament (as well as several key sections of the Old Testament). He is the president of The Master’s University and Seminary. It can be heard daily on the Grace to You radio show (broadcast on hundreds of radio stations around the world). He is the author of a number of bestsellers, including The Holy Bible with Commentaries by John MacArthur and The Gospel According to Jesus.
Table of contents
1 The origin of the function of the head of the family
2 Raising your children according to the Lord: First part
3 Raising your children according to the Lord: Second part
4 Helping his children to grow in wisdom
5 A father's love for a rebellious child
6 The call for firmness and courage
Author: MacArthur, John
Original title : Being a Dad Who Leads
Publisher : Impact
ISBN : 978-2-89082-244-3
Number of pages : 160
Dimensions : 5.5 '' X 8.5 ''
Weight : 198 g
Format : paperback
Other format: paperback