The Fatherhood Principle

The Fatherhood Principle Author Myles Munroe
ISBN-10 1603740260
Release 2008
Pages 190
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All men are fathers. The inherent purpose of all men is fatherhood. Whether a man is married or single, and whether or not he has children, he is designed by God to fulfill the role of father in the lives of those around him. It is his calling to reflect the creative and cultivating nature of God. In The Fatherhood Principle, Dr. Myles Munroe explains that although every man is called to be a father, knowing how to live in this purpose is not automatic. We must understand the characteristics and master the skills of fatherhood. Fulfilling the position and role you were created for means exhibiting qualities of leadership, integrity, responsibility, and obedience to the ultimate Father of fathers our Father God in heaven.

The Fatherhood Principle

The Fatherhood Principle Author Myles Munroe
ISBN-10 9781603747738
Release 2008-03-14
Pages 192
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All men are fathers. The inherent purpose of all men is fatherhood. Whether a man is married or single, and whether or not he has children, he is designed by God to fulfill the role of father in the lives of those around him. It is his calling to reflect the creative and cultivating nature of God. In The Fatherhood Principle, Dr. Myles Munroe explains that although every man is called to be a father, knowing how to live in this purpose is not automatic. We must understand the characteristics and master the skills of fatherhood. Fulfilling the position and role you were created for means exhibiting qualities of leadership, integrity, responsibility, and obedience to the ultimate Father of fathers—our Father God in heaven. This book provides key principles and insights that will teach you how to fulfill the role of father in your personal sphere of influence. In clear and compelling terms, Dr. Munroe explains how a man can become source, nourisher, sustainer, protector, teacher, disciplinarian, leader, head, caring one, and developer. Discover God’s original blueprint for men and step into your true purpose in life.

The Principle of Fatherhood

The Principle of Fatherhood Author Myles Munroe
ISBN-10 1562291742
Release 2001-05-01
Pages 135
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It is time that godly fathers answer God's call to be responsible for the fatherless in their churches, communities and nations. Bestselling author, teacher, trainer and pastor, Myles Munroe provides a clarion call to men to be the fathers God the Father created them to be.

Fatherhood Principles of Joseph the Carpenter

Fatherhood Principles of Joseph the Carpenter Author Akili Kumasi
ISBN-10 9780980218510
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 177
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Fatherhood Principles of Joseph The Carpenter is a challenging and exciting motivational book for fathers with ground-breaking analysis of the scriptures on this Great Man of Faith. As the earthly father to Jesus Christ, Joseph was a Godly man, a man of character, a loving husband, a family man, a teacher, a provider, and a protector. Joseph was a purpose-driven servant of God.Joseph is a great role model for 21st century men, husbands and fathers. He was a great man of faith (like Abraham, Noah & David). Fatherhood Principles of Joseph The Carpenter sheds light on aspects of Joseph's life that many people have never thought of, has ground-breaking analysis of this Great Man of Faith, provides 7 Godly principles that men can implement today, explains details of the Jewish background for many Biblical scenes, and is easy-reading, well researched and well-documented. There are only a handful of books on Joseph the Carpenter (or Joseph of Nazareth). None of them focuses on his fatherhood role. This book features a unique approach to the study of Joseph the Carpenter because of (a) its fatherhood focus, (b) its Bible Study components, (c) its extensive application for family studies and family values, (d) its approach to marriage and relationships, and (e) its presentation of Jewish customs and traditions.

Fathering Like the Father

Fathering Like the Father Author Kenneth O. Gangel
ISBN-10 0801064325
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 176
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"We believe Christian dads need to learn from God and need to hear from fathers who are living out the relationship." With that, father-and-son authors Kenn and Jeff Gangel launch this highly practical guide to fathering by learning from the attributes of the original-God the Father. Exploring God's ways of communicating, forgiving, disciplining, and loving, the authors build a strong case for their conviction that fathering works best when patterned after the best. Their warm, reader-friendly style combines anecdotes from sports, popular culture, and personal experience. The result is a collection of useful, down-to-earth insights into a role that was sent from heaven. Each chapter includes "Kenn's story" and "Jeff's story"-fascinating and, at times, confessional vignettes fathers of all ages can identify with-along with helpful pointers called "Making It Work," questions for discussion, and suggestions to stimulate father-child dialogue. Fathering Like the Father will inspire any dad or study group interested in a better grip on what the authors label their "premier calling."

A Promise to Ourselves

A Promise to Ourselves Author Alec Baldwin
ISBN-10 1429932759
Release 2008-09-23
Pages 240
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"I have been through some of the worst of contentious divorce litigation," Alec Baldwin declares in A Promise to Ourselves. Using a very personal approach, he offers practical guidance to help others avoid the anguish he has endured. An Academy and Tony Award nominee and a 2007 recipient of Golden Globe, SAG, and Television Critics Association Awards for best actor in a comedy, Alec Baldwin is one of the best-known, most successful actors in the world. His relationship with Kim Basinger, the Academy Award–winning actress, lasted nearly a decade. They have a daughter named Ireland, and for a time, theirs seemed to be the model of a successful Hollywood marriage. But in 2000 they separated and in 2002 divorced. Their split---specifically the custody battle surrounding Ireland---would be the subject of media attention for years to come. In his own life and others', Baldwin has seen the heavy toll that divorce can take---psychologically, emotionally, and financially. He has been extensively involved in divorce litigation, and he has witnessed the way that noncustodial parents, especially fathers, are often forced to abandon hopes of equitable rights when it comes to their children. He makes a powerful case for reexamining and changing the way divorce and child custody is decided in this country and levels a scathing attack at what he calls the "family law industry." When it comes to his experiences with judges, court-appointed therapists, and lawyers, Baldwin pulls no punches. He casts a light on his own divorce and the way the current family law system affected him, his ex-wife, and his daughter, as well as many other families. This is an important, informative, and deeply felt book on a contentious subject that offers hope of finding a better way.

Principles of Fatherhood aka The Progenitor Principle

Principles of Fatherhood  aka The Progenitor Principle Author Kay Taiwo
ISBN-10 9780967657219
Release 2001
Pages 91
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If every person really thought about the legacy he or she would leave behind, perhaps his or her life would be lived quite differently. The brevity of life is a humbling experience. Everyday, people come and people go. This is the drama of the human experience. The people we remember are those who have taken the time and applied the effort to make a contribution that will outlive them. This is at the heart of The Principles of Fatherhood. Think about it for a moment. When you die and leave the earth, will the world even take notice that you occupied its borders? Or will it rejoice that room has been created for something more worthwhile? Interestingly enough, the answers to the above questions are not a function of age, race, or gender. They are a function of choice. We choose what kind of life we will live. The kind of life we live determines the kind of legacy we leave behind. Identical twins, Kay and Olu Taiwo are international speakers, ministers, consultants, featured authors, and licensed Pharmacists. With over 20 years of speaking experience, their ministry has impacted audiences in the Ukraine, Nigeria, England, Philippines, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Canada, and across the United States of America. They conduct Vision, Identity, & Purpose (VIP) Seminars. They are blazing a trail around the world in the mobile app industry and are reaching thousands of people by promoting biblical literacy through mobile technology. To invite Olu and Kay Taiwo to your conference, seminar, or event go to

Kingdom Parenting

Kingdom Parenting Author Myles Munroe
ISBN-10 9780768424188
Release 2007-03-01
Pages 206
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The authors provide answers to burning questions both teens and parents have in facing the unique challenges of today. Combined, they have more than 50 years experience ministering, counseling, training, and mentoring parents and young people.

Daddy Tried

Daddy Tried Author Tim Bayly
ISBN-10 1940017092
Release 2016-05-16
Pages 222
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Tim Bayly offers a frank and hope-filled path to overcoming the inherent failures of imperfect fathers. Drawing from decades of his own journey as an imperfect son, father, and pastor, Bayly makes it clear there are no quick fixes. The road to recovery is paved with blood, sweat, and tears, but our Savior walked this path before us.

The Fatherhood Mandate Revised

The Fatherhood Mandate   Revised Author Lamont Jones
ISBN-10 9781365183539
Release 2016-06-09
Pages 230
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Any parent or leader who applies the principles found in the 11 chapter Fatherhood Mandate will find their family. Wisdom is applicable in all walks of life: dads, future dads, newlyweds, those engaged to be married, single mothers, women raised without their father will all be blessed with what is really expected from fatherhood and leadership.

Being a Dad Who Leads

Being a Dad Who Leads Author John MacArthur
ISBN-10 9780736959322
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 144
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As a Christian father, you bear a tremendous responsibility—to raise your children through both biblical instruction and personal example. But how can you succeed in a society that attacks the role of fatherhood and godly family values? Are you sometimes tempted to give in or give up? The rewards of being a dad who leads are well worth making the effort to stand firm. The Bible offers clear guidance for dads on how to parent effectively. Join pastor-teacher John MacArthur as he looks at... the keys to building healthy family unity essential character qualities to teach every child how to lovingly discipline children and nurture obedience traps to avoid in the course of parenting the power of a dad’s example to influence future generations Commit yourself to being a dad who leads, and God will enable you every step of the way. There’s no surer path to experiencing a lifetime of family blessings!

A Father First

A Father First Author Dwyane Wade
ISBN-10 9780062136183
Release 2012-09-04
Pages 352
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Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat is one of the superstars of the NBA—and a Gold Medal winner at the Bejing Olympics—but he’s A Father First. In this moving and triumphant memoir, Wade shares his inspiring thoughts about fathers and sons, writing poignantly about the gratifying responsibilities of being a single dad to his two sons, Zaire and Zion, while recounting his own growing up years and his memorable rise to the top echelon of professional basketball.

Father Hunger

Father Hunger Author James Herzog
ISBN-10 9781134897056
Release 2013-05-13
Pages 328
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James M. Herzog's Father Hunger: Explorations with Adults and Children will quickly take its place both as a landmark contribution to developmental psychology and as an enduring classic in the clinical literature of psychoanalysis. We live in an era when a great many children grow up without a father, or, worse still, with fathers who traumatically abuse them. Yet, society continues to ignore the emotional price that children pay, and often continue to pay throughout their lives, for this tragic state of affairs. Father Hunger will change this situation. First drawn to his topic by observing the recurring nightmares of clinic-referred children of newly separated parents - nightmares in which the children's fear of their own aggression was coupled with desperate wishes for their fathers' return - Herzog went on to spend more than two decades exploring the role of the father in a variety of naturalistic settings. He discovered that the characteristically intense manner in which fathers engaged their children provided an experience of contained excitement that served as a necessary scaffolding to the children's emerging sense of self and as a potential buffer against future trauma. A brilliant observer and remarkably gifted, caring clinician, Herzog remains true to the ambiguities and multiple leves of meaning that arise in therapeutic encounters with real people. He consistently locates his therapeutic strategies and clinical discoveries within a sophisticated observational framework, thus making his formulations about father hunger and its remediation of immediate value to scientific researchers. A model of humane psychoanalytic exploration in response to a deepening social problem, Father Hunger is a clinical document destined to raise public consciousness and help shape social policy. And in the extraordinary stories of therapeutic struggle and restoration that emerge from its pages, it is a stunning testament to the resiliency of the human spirit.

The Fatherhood of God in Christian Truth and Life

The Fatherhood of God in Christian Truth and Life Author John Scott Lidgett
Release 1902
Pages 427
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The Fatherhood of God in Christian Truth and Life has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Fatherhood of God in Christian Truth and Life also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Fatherhood of God in Christian Truth and Life book for free.

The 40 40 Principle

The 40 40 Principle Author Andy Christiansen
ISBN-10 1449700705
Release 2010-04-30
Pages 142
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What do NBA superstar Steph Curry, singer-songwriter Taylor Swift and Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg, have in common? They all found out that ultimate success comes through the power of relationships. By themselves they were limited, but by adding mentors to their lives and enterprises they were unlimited! Mentoring is the new human “hack,” like spark notes for your life! Think of your journey this way, when you’re in your 20’s and 30’s intentionally seek out mentors over 40 who can help you dream, gain confidence and think through life altering decisions. Then when you’re in your 40’s and 50’s do the same in reverse, pursue mentors under 40 in order to stay socially relevant, industry knowledgeable and physically fit. Mentors help you pinpoint ideal paths to pursue in life and work. The 40:40 Principle gives you the roadmap to finding life-changing mentors. Mentoring with The 40:40 Principle is needed now more than ever because most people underestimate how the seasons of their lives can dramatically influence their success. - Steve Stagner Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board, Mattress Firm There is a myriad of wealth within the pages of this book. The challenge that faces us all is whether we can continue to settle for “sameness.” Andy encourages us all to tap into the unmined resources of “people” so that we can tip the scales of wisdom and experience in favor of fulfilling our purpose while at the same time living a richer and joyous life. -Lisa Arrindell Anderson Actress, Law and Order, and Madea’s Family Reunion

Fathers and Sons

Fathers and Sons Author Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
ISBN-10 1853262862
Release 1995-10-23
Pages 204
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Fathers and Sons is one of the greatest nineteenth century Russian novels, and has long been acclaimed as Turgenev's finest work. It is a political novel set in a domestic context, with a universal theme, the generational divide between fathers and sons. Set in 1859 at the moment when the Russian autocratic state began to move hesitantly towards social and political reform, the novel explores the conflict between the liberal-minded fathers of Russian reformist sympathies and their free-thinking intellectual sons whose revolutionary ideology threatened the stability of the state. At its centre is Evgeny Bazorov, a strong-willed antagonist of all forms of social orthodoxy who proclaims himself a nihilist and believes in the need to overthrow all the institutions of the state. As the novel develops Bazarov's political ambitions become fatally meshed with emotional and private concerns, and his end is a tragic failure. The novel caused a bitter furore on its publication in 1862, and this, a year later, drove Turgenev from Russia.

Judaism and Human Rights

Judaism and Human Rights Author Milton Ridvas Konvitz
ISBN-10 1412827000
Release 1972
Pages 427
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Areligion or a culture like Judaism, at least three thousand years old, cannot be expected to be all of one piece, homogeneous, self-contained, consistent, a neatly constructed system of ideas. If Judaism were that, it would have died centuries ago and would be a subject of interest only to the historian and archaeologist. Judaism has been a living force precisely because it is a teeming, thundering, and clamoring phenomenon, full of contrary tendencies and inconsistencies. Although there are no words or phrases in Hebrew Scriptures for "human rights," "conscience," or "due process of law," the ideals and values which these concepts represent were inherent in the earliest Jewish texts. This volume begins with four essays on the concept of man's being born "free and equal," in the image of God. The underpinning of this concept in Jewish law is explored in Section 2, entitled "The Rule of Law." Section 3, "The Democratic Ideal," traces the foundations of democracy in the Jewish teachings in the Bible and the Talmud, which in turn influenced the whole body of Western political thought. Relations between man and man, man and woman, employer and employee, slave and master are all spelled out. Section 4 presents essays analyzing man's freedom of conscience, and his God-given rights to dissent and protest. Section 5 deals with aspects of personal liberty, including the right of privacy. Section 6, entitled "The Earth is the Lord's," deals with the Jewish view of man's transient tenancy on God's earth, his obligations not to destroy anything that lives or grows, and to share the earth's bounty with the poor, the widowed, and the orphaned. Section 7 delivers an analysis of the "end of days" vision of Micah and man's continuing need to strive for peace and not for war. The volume concludes with three new essays, dealing with contemporary issues: "In God's Image: The Religious Imperative of Equality under Law"; "The Values of a Jewish and Democratic State: The Task of Reaching a Synthesis"; and "Religious Freedom and Religious Coercion in the State of Israel." This enlarged edition is accessibly written for a general and scholarly audience and will be of particular interest to political scientists, historians, and constitutional scholars.