Dear Son: A Father's Advice on Being a Man
Dear Son: A Father's Advice on Being a Man
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  • 207 Pages
  • Publisher : Tyndale House Publishers
  • Publication Date : April 2014

Dear Son: A Father's Advice on Being a Man

Bruskas, Dave

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Publisher's Description

A Father's Insights for Men on Life's Significant Milestones
We're living through a profound crisis of masculinity, fostered by a media culture that idolizes youth and demonizes the strong male role. As a result, young men in their twenties and thirties aren't encouraged to grow up, and their energy and talent are being squandered. The absence of fathers and male mentors leaves many young men spiraling emotionally, spiritually, and financially for years.

Pastor Dave Bruskas envisions a better future—one in which young men can flourish and take their God-given seat at life's table.

Twenty years ago, Dave lost his infant son to a congenital heart defect. That devastating loss has fueled his desire to provide effective mentoring to young men ever since. Dear Son contains the insights Pastor Dave has given hundreds of young men and would have given his son if he had lived through life's key milestones:

  • first dates and first jobs,
  • weddings and births,
  • graduations, and much more.

You won't want to miss the timeless wisdom from this sonless father for the millions of men who are, at heart, fatherless sons.

Includes a Foreword by Mark Driscoll