The MANual

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About the author:
Stephanie Carter is an author, bible teacher, forgiveness/prayer counselor, and mom of two sons. She is a passionate lover of Jesus Christ. She has earned her Master of Theology from Christian Life School of Theology, Columbus, GA and resides in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Her purpose in life is to instill discipline, integrity, and uncompromising spirit within women in their covenant marriages and lives. She loves to quilt and all things chocolate. Visit her website at www.stephaniemcarter.com

The MANual
 

Raising Sons in a Fatherless Society

Authored by Stephanie M. Carter M.Th.

The MANual: Raising Sons In A Fatherless Society is a book set on the principles of true fathering at its core. Mothers are doing one of the hardest jobs in the world, raising a son without a father in the home. Our society is truly becoming more and more fatherless. Boys are growing up today in a world where having a father in the home is the exception. If you need help as mom, raising your son, if you are looking for skills to counter the culture of fatherlessness, this is the book for you.

We all need encouragement on how to raise children and do parenting. It's a hard job. This book will help you find wisdom to navigate the rough patches of family with a son that is broken hearted. You will feel encouraged and inspired to teach and live your convictions daily with your children. You are not alone. You can hear God, our Father, guiding you in what you will need to do in this book and create a manual you can live by with them.

In The MANual: Raising Sons In A Fatherless Society you will go on a journey with another mom and her sons to see how God, our Father can help you in raising your son to be a man, even if you have to do it alone.


Publication Date:
2016-07-14
ISBN/EAN13:
1535033770 / 9781535033770
Page Count:
134
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Family & Relationships / Parenting / Single Parent




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