Bad Dads of the Bible

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Roland Warren knows dads. As president of the National Fatherhood Initiative he’s seen it all – good dads, engaged dads, struggling dads and bad dads. Bad Dads of the Bible is about learning from the mistakes of some of the most celebrated and godly men of scripture, bringing them into a contemporary setting and giving today’s dads much needed advice on how to avoid these “bad dad” mistakes.

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Roland Warren knows dads. As the former president of the National Fatherhood Initiative he’s seen it all—good dads, engaged dads, struggling dads, and bad dads. Bad Dads of the Bible is about learning from the mistakes of some of the most celebrated and godly men of Scripture, bringing them into a contemporary setting, and giving today’s dads much needed advice on how to avoid them. Bad Dads of the Bible can serve as a clarion call for men to take action now to be the fathers that God designed them to be. Should a dad make some of these common mistakes, this book will also give him practical advice and an easy-to-follow roadmap to help him repair his relationships with his children before it’s too late. Each chapter includes Reflection, Correction and Connection sections at the end to help dads easily apply what they have read, as well as a “Good Dad Promise” to pave the way for future good parenting decisions.

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  • Format(s) : Softcover, ePub
  • Length : 208 Pages
  • Release Date : 01/28/2014
  • ISBN-13 : 9780310337164
  • UPC : 025986337162

about the author

Roland C. Warren

Roland C. Warren is the former President of the National Fatherhood Initiative and currently the President & CEO of CareNet, the nation’s largest network of pregnancy resource centers. He has appeared on "The Oprah Winfrey Show", "The Today Show", CNN, "Focus on the Family", "Dateline NBC", BET, Fox News Channel, "Janet Parshall's America" and others speaking on issues of marriage and fatherhood. His writing has also appeared in numerous publications such as "The Washington Post", "Christianity Today", and "The Wall Street Journal." He also has served on the Fatherhood Task Force of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. He lives in Maryland with his wife, Yvette; together they have 2 grown sons, Jamin and Justin.