Father's Day Contest & Book Review


Be a Better Dad Today!      
By Gregory Slayton

It’s one thing to define a good father. It’s another to teach us how to do it. Gregory Slayton has done an excellent job, providing a practical guide to better fatherhood. He encourages dads to define their noble calling in practical ways and then gives 10 strategies that any dad can embrace. The best person to do the job of fathering your kids is you. So, learning how to take on the challenge in the best way possible is important.

This new book published by Regal is a great reminder of the many things that make up fatherhood. We have 3 copies to give away.

Comment on this post and tell us why a dad in your life would be blessed by a free copy of Be a Better Dad Today! Winners will be posted in 24 hours.
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13 comments:

  1. My husband told me before we had kids that he really wanted to be a father. He is so wonderful and cute with our 2 kids! He is constantly working on being a better dad. I would love for my husband to have this book.

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  2. I'm not a dad - but I married to a good one! Would getting this book for someone else send the wrong message? "Hey, you could do with being a better dad today....."

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  3. My husband was not raised with his Father in the home and could not look to his Dad as a good example. Despite that, he has trusted in the Lord and continues to seek direction on how to lead our family. He's an amazing Daddy to our kids. He would be blessed by a copy of the 'Be a Better Dad Today' book because he would make the time to read it and I know take it's words to heart.

    Blessings,
    Kathie

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    1. Hi Kathie, I didn't realize I could reply directly to you. You have been chosen as one of our winner. Please email me your name and mailing address and I'll send the book out right away. Congratulations!!
      joanne@biblicalparenting.org.

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  4. I think this would be great for my husband! He struggles with parenting. (we both do) We talk all the time about how to change the bad habits that we have when raising our 4 kids. He travels a lot for work and has a hard time getting into the groove when he comes home and as soon as he does he's off to work again. We talk about how he could be using his time home to be a great time to embrace being dad and being there for the kids instead of being mad at the short amount of time he has home.
    Where he struggles is being a good role model part. He didn't have a great role model growing up and knows he wants to be better than the one he had but displays a lot of the same learned behavior. Anyway, we have been talking about this very thing. Finding practical ways to shed some of that learned behavior and replace it with the loving nature that our children deserve and are needing and wanting from him.
    Being a child who was raised in a fatherless home I KNOW the importance the role of dad can be in a child's life. I think this book would be GREAT for him!!
    Thank you!!

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  5. My husband has had a rough spring yet through it all he desired to be the best Dad he could be. I know he would enjoy reading how he can continue to improve being the father to our girls.

    Becki

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  6. My husband would love getting this book. He is a great dad to our two little boys and our newest addition a little girl. I would love for him to get this book.

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  7. With three of our five children on the autism spectrum we both could use all of the parenting help we can get. This book would be much appreciated.

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  8. My husband is a loving father to our 3 kids. He is an excellent provider. He leaves it to me though, to lead with the parenting. Perhaps this book would be some encouragement to him and give him some practical guidance.

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  9. My husband is the best dad ever for our 3 little boys, but I know he's always trying to be better and would appreciate this book. thanks for a chance to win!

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  10. My husband would bnefit form this book so much! His parents got divorce when he was a teenager, He's always known that he wanted a family. We have two wonderful very active children and I can see how he's trying to be a great daddy. Thank you for the opportunity to win the book, afterall the Bible tells us if we want wisdom to ask for it!

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    1. Hi AMS,
      I didn't realize I could reply directly to you. You have been chosen as one of our winner. Please email me your name and mailing address and I'll send the book out right away. Congratulations!!
      joanne@biblicalparenting.org.

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  11. We made a lot of mistakes raising our first two children, although they have turned out wonderful by the grace of God in our opinion. But somethings we can look back on and wish we would have dealt with differently. Especially with showing them more love and quality time. We were younger and more selfish with our own time in which case when parents are selfish is not the ideal environment to be raising children in. Most parents who are selfish live in a state of denial which is where I think we were at for a long time. We now want to know different strategies for our twins and also have things to look back on and surely repent for to our older children. I think my husband and I would both benefit from this book even though it's for dad's because I am his help-meet - so if we both know each of the roles we are to fulfill we can support each other. My husband is also a now a pastor of at a church for the past 4 3/4 years, and if we find the book to be beneficial, which I'm sure it will be, we can also pass the word on to others. We also know a lot of younger people that are completely clueless when it comes to raising children. They think they already know how to do it all. We are in the process of getting our foster care license (which they now call resource parents) and I believe that it would be extremely beneficial in that area as well. We would also be in touch with other resource parents in which case we can recommend the book to. Thank you for your offer and opportunity to receive a free book.

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