A Dad After God's Own Heart Paperback
Becoming the Father Your Kids Need
by Jim George;
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A Dad After God's Own Heart
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In A Dad After God's Own Heart, best-selling author Jim George shares the simple basics for how to be a good dad with your kids.:
- letting your kids know you love and care for them
- learning the keys to positive and effective communication
- knowing the qualities kids need most in a dad
- ways to encourage your children in their spiritual growth
- how to build healthy relationships that will last for a lifetime
As you commit to learning how to be a good dad, you'll draw closer to your children and find fatherhood to be an incredible blessing.
'If you're looking for a book to guide you or your fellow parent develop their spiritual role as a dad after God's own heart, this is a great place to start. Jim George speaks like a guide, coach and pastor covering all the relationships - with God, with his wife, with his children, work, church, and with people outside the church, which go into creating a great dad."
A Dad After God's Own Heart by Jim George was published by Harvest House in April 2014 and is our 21758th best seller. The ISBN for A Dad After God's Own Heart is 9780736950879.
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|Page last updated||23rd October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Jim George|
|Publisher||Harvest House (April 2014)|
|Number of Pages||240|