On Being a Good Dad: Growing As a Provider, Mentor, and Friend

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F.H. Revell, Apr 1, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 239 pages
Kageler speaks intimately and frankly to Christian men, and unfolds the secrets of how they can best develop their skills as fathers, despite the many pressures and expectations that weigh on men today. On Being a Good Dad is a comprehensive look at fatherhood which includes relevant counsel, fresh Bible applications, discussion questions, and fun activities to share with kids.

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About the author (1992)

Len Kageler, Ph.D, is professor of youth ministry of Nyack College, in Nyack, New York. He began teaching in 1993, after 20 years as a full-time youth pastor. He stays active in youth ministry as a volunteer in junior high ministry, leads seminars for youth workers in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, and is also the executive administrator for the Association of Youth Ministry Educators. Len is the author of several other books, and coauthor of This Way to Youth Ministry Companion Guide.

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