What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him
A powerful and compelling new voice in Christian publishing, with a message urgently needed by today's Christian men. Every man encounters significant struggles in life - struggles that result in poor choices and decisions. Frequently these mistakes can be...
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A powerful and compelling new voice in Christian publishing, with a message urgently needed by today's Christian men.
Every man encounters significant struggles in life - struggles that result in poor choices and decisions. Frequently these mistakes can be traced back to a common problem - a father who (even unintentionally) failed to provide counsel or a positive role model.
In What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him, author Byron Yawn offers vital input many men wished they had received during their growing-up years. This collection of 30 simple principles will help men to...
- Identify and fill the gaps that occurred in their upbringing
- Benefit from the hard-earned wisdom of others so they don't make mistakes
- Prepare their own sons for the difficult challenges of life
The 30 principles in this book are based in Scripture and relevant to every man. They include affection, courage, balance, consistency, and more. A true must-read!
After his conversion, Byron was mentored and discipled by some faithful men who endowed him with a love for the local church, a commitment to a reformed faith, and a passion for the Gospel. He became a permanent fixture in the ministries of the church body. From the very beginning of his walk, he had a burning desire to make Gods Word known to His people. Byron would tell you being there when God works in a heart is still the greatest thrill of his life. Today, the basic commitments of Byrons ministry still guide everything he does. The tremendous pressure upon todays pastor to stay relevant leads many pastors to adopt the latest evangelical fad. The goal of Byrons heart is to stay basic. In his own words, The most relevant aspect of our message will never make sense to the world. The Cross is an offensive thing. The Cross is the only thing. Byron is Senior Pastor of Community Bible Church in Nashville, TN where he resides with his wife Robin and their three children, Lauren, Wade, and Blake. Byron is a graduate of Master's College and The Master's Seminary.