10 Conversations Kids Need to Have With Their Dad
Bestselling author and veteran dad Jay Payleitner offers fathers a load of great ideas for communicating life values to their kids. Dads will get tips on how to plant healthy thoughts about pursuing excellence, handling emotions, integrity, marriage, and relating...
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Bestselling author and veteran dad Jay Payleitner offers fathers a load of great ideas for communicating life values to their kids. Dads will get tips on how to plant healthy thoughts about pursuing excellence, handling emotions, integrity, marriage, and relating to God.
Dad, you love your kids to pieces. But whether it's father-son or father-daughter, how to talk to them - and about what - can be one of the big mysteries in raising children. Bestselling author and veteran dad Jay Payleitner comes to the rescue with a carload of great ideas about communicating those all-important life values to your kids to help them thrive. Good news is, you don't have to use a lot of words as you plant healthy thoughts about: Excellence: how your kids can hit home runs in life; Emotions: experiencing and handling them as God's gift; Integrity: being true to something beyond themselves; Marriage: focusing on the positives, not the weeds, thorns, and crabgrass; and Immortality: living life as a friend of the One who's eternal Jay's straightforward, man-friendly advice and stories form a terrific, confidence-boosting resource for building lifelong positives into your family. Raising children just got easier! Great gift or men's group selection.
JAY K. PAYLEITNER is a freelance writer and radio producer for Josh McDowell Radio, Today's Father, Prime Timers Today, and other nationwide broadcasts. His work has helped send millions of Bibles to China, hundreds of volunteers to Russia, and thousands of Christmas gifts to the children of inmates, with Chuck Colson's "Angel Tree" project. Jay also created the fast-selling America Responds audio series and the very first print ad for Left Behind. Jay and his wife, Rita, have five kids and live in St. Charles, Illinois.