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Do you desire to unleash the potential in your kids? Do you want them to stand on your shoulders and soar to unfathomable heights?

In The Difference a Father Makes, Ed Tandy McGlasson challenges dads to excel in fatherhood and equips them to do so. Using the model of Jesus and God the Father, he contends that setting up goal lines in the lives of children, marking when they enter into adulthood, is a must - and a father's job does not end there. In a powerful way, he answers the "Yeah, but how?" question every man asks after being stirred to be a good father.

Discover the potential you have as a father to make a difference in the lives of your children! Learn how you can empower your children to pursue their dreams!

©2009 Ed McGlasson (P)2009 christianaudio.com

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  • Rodolfo
  • Eagle Pass, TX, USA
  • 04-02-09

Too shallow

The book goes over the importance of the rite of passage, and thats it. If you see the youtube video of Ed McGlasson "How to treat a girl" you have basically read the whole book.
Do not recomend buying it.

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Great insight to fatherhood.

Great insight for myself as a young father with a daughter.
It's brought me to an enlightenment of how to express myself more and nurture my little one.