NIV Dad's Devotional Bible Hardback
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The NIV Dad's Devotional Bible helps dads become fathers who honour God, live faithfully, and love their families.
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NIV Dad's Devotional Bible
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Filled with challenging and helpful information, the NIV Dad's Devotional Bible helps dads become fathers who honour God, live faithfully, and love their families - men whose lives will build priceless family legacies for generations to come.
With 260 down-to-earth devotions, one for every day of the work week, as well as quick book introductions and seven insightful 'Building Your Children' articles, author Robert Wolgemuth will lead readers through the blueprint of godly fatherhood.
And with a helpful 'Questions Kids Ask' index in the back, the hardcover NIV Dad's Devotional Bible will equip dads with the tools they need to be great fathers.
NIV Dad's Devotional Bible by New International Version was published by Hodder & Stoughton General Division in April 2015 and is our 15434th best seller. The ISBN for NIV Dad's Devotional Bible is 9781473615199.
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Details for NIV Dad's Devotional Bible
|Author / Artist||New International Version|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton General Division (April 2015)|
|Number of Pages||1504|
|Page last updated||7th August 2017|