Did you grow up without a dad? Forty percent of the men in our culture did--for a lot of different reasons. Death...divorce...abandonment...mental illness...incarceration. What kind of dad do you want to be? If you don't know what it's like to have a dad, you may not know where to start to be a good dad. Lay down the emotional, mental, and spiritual baggage that may be preventing you from making up for the lost opportunities of childhood. You can be a good dad--even if you didn't have one.
Death... divorce... abandonment... mental illness... incarceration. Some of the reasons boys grow up without dads. What kind of dads do these boys become? They don’t know what it’s like to have a dad, much less be a dad.Tim Wesemann grew up without a dad. So did 40% of the men in our culture today and for many different reasons. The goal of this book is to help men who grew up without fathers form deep relationships with their children and with their Heavenly Father.As dads, men carry diaper bags, sports bags, even backpacks. This book will help dads lay down the emotional, mental and spiritual baggage that may prevent them from making up for the lost opportunities of childhood by becoming great fathers to their own children.
Tim Wesemann and his wife Chiara have three children. he is a full-tim freelance writer and speaker, following 11 years serving as a pastor. He and his family live in St. Louis.