A treasure has been found for my husband and his daughters in The Three Weavers by Robert and Shelley Noonan. The book has been written so well for a father/daughter study on purity. The story is compelling and the imagery vivid and captivating. The authors include a section titled "How to Use This Book" and a section titled "The Plan" which are both helpful for fathers who have so little time yet desire to impart the precious truths of God's Word on such important matters of life. The suggested seven weeks of heart to heart study between Dads and daughters will become a treasure held dear to each participant and will build desire to remain pure.
I was intrigued with this book from beginning to end. It helps fathers reach out and become a daughter's tangible view of Jesus' design for purity while learning the importance of God's promises. The authors use illustrations and stories that all young girls can relate to. I love the companion guide which is included in the book. I look forward to my husband placing purity rings on our little girls, as they wait for the arrival of their prince.
The Three Weavers Plus the Companion Guide is an excellent tool for fathers to intentionally study the Bible with their daughter and build a special relationship. Every father wants to protect and preserve their daughter's purity, but they don't always know how. The Three Weavers Plus includes tangible ways to communicate the gift of purity, choices and discernment to one's daughter. The guide gives fathers the confidence to broach thoughtful, meaningful conversations with their precious daughters. This is a must read for fathers of daughters!
Because this book is written to fathers of daughters, I handed the book to my husband when I got it and had him read it and tell me what he thought.
His response was that he really enjoyed it and feels like it is a valuable resource for fathers who are interested in nurturing and preserving their daughter's purity. He said the format in which it is written kept his attention and made it interesting and engaging to read. He also liked how short the book is!
He thought that the Activity ideas that were given looked interesting and that he would be willing to actually try some of them.
The only struggle with the whole concept of the book is that it is meant to be a study that fathers and daughters do together, and since he travels a lot, finding time to do that is difficult. But, if he doesn't use it as an actual study, he said that the teaching and concepts in the book are still very valuable.