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You Have What it Takes

What Every Father Needs to Know
Narrated by: Kelly Ryan Dolan
Length: 39 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Wild at Heart helped men to rediscover their masculine hearts-to be the men God designed them to be. Now this small book goes a step further, encouraging fathers to pass this insight on to their children. It is not by accident, contends John Eldredge, that little boys dream of being heroes and little girls dream of being rescued by a prince. It is woven into the very fiber of the sexes. Men struggle with this most pivotal role, and Eldredge's writing is the affirmation and encouragement each man needs. Eldredge gives fathers a look inside both themselves and their sons and daughters, encouraging them to give their children permission to be who God designed them to be.
©2007 John Eldredge (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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thank you God for this wonderful opportunity to know the Father and become a better one for it 🙏

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Very brief but good points

This was a very short booklet taking some principles from a longer book of the Author. It’s has some nice nuggets for thought on the commute home.

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I have what it takes!!!

Would you listen to You Have What it Takes again? Why?

Yes. Have to be reminded about your worth from time to time

What about the narrator’s performance did you like?

It was good

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not really- its educational

Any additional comments?

John Eldrege is a master on the subject of relationships