"Every son longs for his father’s direction, for Dad to make the son a leader. 'King Me!' the son cries out. . . . God calls upon fathers to mentor their sons.'
"Narrator Chris Fabry has an engaging approach and tone with this lesson--a well-crafted and timely reminder that sons need thoughtful and intentional fathers for them to become effective men. Young boys, in particular, need structure and warmth from their fathers to internalize a good system for living. They need even more care and firm boundaries during their teenage years. With a more historical than biblical tone, Fabry offers examples of ancient kings who failed to provide these things for their sons, who then lost their kingdoms and their way. Overall, this is a broadly useful guide from a tireless author who knows how to deliver an effective lesson."
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