“As an eyewitness to the poverty and despair of millions in America and around the world, I can say with conviction that a remarkable proportion of the world’s social problems can be traced to a single cause: the dysfunction of men as fathers, husbands and leaders. Roland Warren has a big idea in this book: help men become better fathers and we can not only change our country, we can change the world.”
—Richard Stearns, President of World Vision US; author of UNFINISHED

“Roland Warren’€™s book is encouraging because it reminds us that there are no “perfect” dads—not even our biblical heroes fit that criteria. Nevertheless, there are practical steps that every dad can take to invest in his kids’€™ spiritual and emotional vitality. That’€™s really what this book is all about.—Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family

“Bad Dads of the Bible is a fantastic book that takes a much needed look at key men in the Bible through the important lens of fatherhood. No doubt, this book will be helpful to many. Let’s face it. To be a Kingdom Man, a father must avoid mistakes that can damage his children for generations. Bad Dads of the Bible is a practical guide that can help a father do just that.”—Dr. Tony Evans, President of The Urban Alternative; Senior Pastor at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship; Author of Kingdom Man: Every Man’s Destiny, Every Woman’s Dream

“Roland Warren has been an amazingly courageous crusader for Fatherhood in the midst of what some have called the Fatherless Generation. Now he has created a valuable resource focused on the reality of the men in scripture who were disasters when it came to being a Dad. Read this and follow his examples of bad Dads so you can become a good one. If you know a less than wonderful father who has a difficult time seeing himself and where he could improve, this very insightful work just might do the trick.”—Stephen Arterburn, Founder of New Life Ministries and Women of Faith; Best selling author of Every Man’s Battle, The Seven Minute Marriage Solution and The Life Recovery Bible.

“This book is filled with practical help every dad will appreciate.”—Dale O’Shields, Senior Pastor, Church of the Redeemer, Gaithersburg, Maryland

“A great read. Roland Warren has 30 years working on “Dads”. He gives great insight on life with dads and life without dads. You will love the book but be appalled by the problems without dads. Pass the book on. Each of us can be a part of the solutions. Kudos to Roland for this eye-opener.”—Red McCombs, Owner, McCombs Enterprises; Co-Founder, Clear Channel Communications; Former Owner of San Antonio Spurs, Denver Nuggets and Minnesota Vikings

“In a society where dads are often absent either physically or emotionally, there are countless dads who want to be great fathers but just don’€™t know how. Roland Warren offers powerful insight to ALL fathers in his book, Bad Dads of the Bible: 8 Mistakes Every Good Dad Can Avoid, through the examples of dads in Scripture that didn’€™t always get it right. As dads everywhere learn about avoidable mistakes, they will celebrate having the insight they need to lead their homes as God intended.”—Alex Kendrick, writer, director

“There are few men in our nation that are more tuned in to the present demands of fatherhood. Roland serves every dad with his keen insights from Scripture on how to avoid costly mistakes and instead build a godly legacy through rich relationships with our precious children.”—Brian Doyle, President, Iron Sharpens Iron

“Working with college students on a daily basis has shown me that dads are needed now more than ever in the history of our nation. This practical and engaging book wonderfully supports men to be the best dads that they can possibly be.”—Matt Bennett, founder and president of Christian Union

“The greatest regrets men experience come from broken family relationships when God-designed streams of living water become tepid swamps. Roland Warren knows how to help Dads get out of the swamp, back to where the good water flows clean and pure. Invite Bad Dads of the Bible to help you find the better you!”—Wes Yoder, Author of Bond of Brothers – Connecting with Other Men beyond Work, Weather and Sports

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