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The 21-Day Dad's Challenge: Three Weeks to a Better Relationship with Your Kids

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What's keeping you from a better relationship with your child? It's not that you don't want to spend more time together, have more fun, and pass along more God-honoring values. But life gets in the way, and before you know it you're waving good-bye to a son or daughter and wishing you could try that fathering thing again.

The 21-Day Dad's Challenge features a simple, practi
Paperback, 164 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Focus (first published September 23rd 2011)
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Nov 08, 2011 Tim rated it really liked it
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I’m still relatively new to the whole father game. Our little one just crossed the 18-month threshold and I’ve only just come to appreciate that I’m not yet the kind of father I want him to have. I realize that I need to intentionally strive to become the father I want to be.

These thoughts were swimming in the back of my mind as I sat down with “The 21-Day Dad’s Challenge.” What I wasn’t thinking about was who wrote it. Discovering that Carey Casey was both the editor and a contributing writer w
Nov 17, 2011 Tammy rated it it was amazing
The 21-Day Dad's Challenge focuses on how to be the father God has called a man to be. This book is geared toward men as fathers but women will definitely learn how to be the mother her child needs by reading it. Anyone who wants to be a better parent should take this 21 day challenge.

Several people have contributed their thoughts on fathering, by chapter, to this book. Each chapter speaks on a parenting subject and is followed by a challenge relating to the chapter. The reader is asked to write
Abbie Riddle
Nov 16, 2011 Abbie Riddle rated it really liked it
This book is in response to the movie Courageous and is a challenge to men to step up to the call of Fatherhood. This is a daunting task in today's society and many men feel over-whelmed and ill-equipped. This book is written with the evidence of the heart of Jesus - in that it is very encouraging and edifying to men who are in the season of Fatherhood. Though it challenges men in areas it also encourages them to continue in the daily work of being a father.

Like mothers, fathers too need the men
Brent Soderstrum
Apr 15, 2012 Brent Soderstrum rated it it was amazing
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I recieved this book free from Goodreads first read program.

It is an excellent three week challenge to help fathers (and mothers since much of what is written applies to both parents) develope a better relationship and a Godly relationship with their kids. Each day's lesson is written by a different author and covers a different topic. At the end of each lesson is a challenge and a section for you to write out your plan in implementing the leasson with your children. I have a 20 year old son wh
Apr 06, 2016 Tima rated it it was amazing
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First let me say that I'm a mom, not a dad. My husband is currently reading this and enjoying it.
But even though it is supposed to be for dads, I really enjoyed it myself. The author mixes stories and humor with each chapter to make it fun to read. After each chapter is a challenge and a plan. It gives suggestions and ideas on how to implement the topic into your life with your children. There is also symbol you can use with your smart phone to watch a video. If you don't have a smart phone the
Jan 06, 2012 Karyn rated it really liked it
Obviously written or fathers, but I really enjoyed the parenting advice and tips. There are 21 different challenges extended to better your parenting written by several different authors. Loved the ideas, different viewpoints and experiences of the different fathers. Great read for any parent!
Greg Miller
Jul 07, 2012 Greg Miller rated it liked it
Good, practical ideas for how to connect with your kids and become a better father. Includes articles from a variety of authors.
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Good tips so far. In day 2 of the 21 days.
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