King Me: What Every Son Wants and Needs From His Father

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Moody Publishers, Feb 1, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 272 pages
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Using kings of the Old Testament as character studies, Steve Farrar examines the critical role a father plays in preparing his son to become a godly man. What separated the good kings from the bad kings was a father who made time commitments to mentor his son, by modeling biblical manhood. Do you want your son to become a man of regal character? Then this book is for you!
 

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Well-written and easily engaged, 'King Me' is a convicting, encouraging challenge for this generation of fathers to recover the lost imperative of blessing our sons and giving them the approval we all ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
9
1 King Me
11
2 Building Sons into Men
23
3 Rapid Response Mentoring Through Mistakes
49
4 Swift Boot Mentoring Through Discipline Part 1
75
5 Freedom Man Mentoring Through Discipline Part 2
95
6 Masculine Sons in a Feminized World Mentoring Through Masculinity
115
7 Why Your Son Exists Mentoring Through Guidance
141
8 Sons and Sex Mentoring Through Sexual Purity
161
9 The Kramer of Judah Mentoring Through Manly Communication Part 1
187
10 How to Crush Your Son So He Will Never Recover Mentoring Through Manly Communication Part 2
201
11 Getting Rid of Bad Apples Mentoring Through Friendship
219
12 Epilogue A Parting Shot
243
Study Guide
247
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STEVE FARRAR (California State, Western Seminary, Dallas Theological Seminary) is the founder and chairman of Men¿s Leadership Ministries and a speaker for these and other conferences and events around the country, including Promise Keepers. Steve is the author of King Me, How to Ruin Your Life by Forty, Point Man, and God Built. The Farrars have three grown children and currently reside in suburban Dallas, Texas. For more information, visit www.stevefarrar.com.

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