Turning the Hearts of Fathers Back to Their Children
Xulon Press, 2007 - 132 páginas
Minister Deon Glover pens down the exact words sentimental to issues of today's fathers. He offers inspiration, hope, and spiritual insight to fathers who feel misheard and misunderstood. This book reaches out to fathers across ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds and creates an atmosphere of fellowship. Many fathers struggle with understanding their God-given role and purpose in the family. This book acknowledges this deficiency and emphasizes the inherent and innate authority God has given the man. Minister Glover also engages in the ongoing and provocative issues of child support and how they relate to manipulation so prevalent in today's families and society. He is open in his life experience and transparent regarding his personal struggles and triumphs. Read and be encouraged by the ministry in this book! Discover the Father within the man Expel inadequate and unreliable ideologies Develop deep-seated, fathering techniques Deon H. Glover is a Minister of the Gospel. He is the Executive Director of "Turning Point Fatherhood Development, Inc." a non-profit organization. He counsels' inner city youth and is a panel member of a weekly radio talk show "Church Talk in the Barbershop". Deon and his wife, Cynthia reside in Norfolk, Virginia, and have six children.
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