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eBook Christian Fatherhood: The Eight Commitments of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers ePub

by Steve Wood

eBook Christian Fatherhood: The Eight Commitments of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers ePub
Author: Steve Wood
Language: English
ISBN: 0965858200
ISBN13: 978-0965858205
Publisher: Family Life Center Intl (November 1, 1997)
Pages: 175
Category: Family Relationships
Subcategory: Parenting
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 686
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ePub file: 1248 kb
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Christian Fatherhood book.

Christian Fatherhood book. Steve Wood with James Burnham This best-selling book covers the eight commitments of St. Joseph Covenent Keepers and gives dads the tools they need to succeed as a husband and father.

Joseph's Covenant Keepers, St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers, Fathers - Religious life, Fatherhood - Religious aspects - Christianity, Fatherhood - Religious aspects - Christianity, Fathers - Religious life. Port Charlotte, FL : Family Life Center Publications.

Christian Fatherhood is the best-selling book covering the eight commitments of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers and gives dads the tools they need to succeed as husbands and fathers.

Steve Wood's best-selling book covers the eight commitments of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers and gives dads the tools they need to succeed as a husband and father

Steve Wood's best-selling book covers the eight commitments of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers and gives dads the tools they need to succeed as a husband and father. Christian Fatherhood presents a genuine Christian perspective for renewing the world by restoring the vocation of fatherhood. Learn: The surest solution to all marriage problems; What children want most from you - and how to give it!; How to find time for your family in today's demanding world; What wives really want from their husbands; and more!

This best-selling book covers the eight commitments of St.

This best-selling book covers the eight commitments of St.

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Christian fatherhood. the eight commitments of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers. Published 1997 by Family Life Center Publications in Port Charlotte, FL. Written in English. Christianity, Fatherhood, Fathers, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Fatherhood, Religious life, St. Includes bibliographical references.

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This best-selling book covers the eight commitments of St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers and gives dads the tools they need to succeed as a husband and father. Christian Fatherhood presents a genuine Christian perspective for renewing the world by restoring the vocation of fatherhood. Learn: The surest solution to all marriage problems; What children want most from you - and how to give it!; How to find time for your family in today's demanding world; What wives really want from their husbands; and more!
Gri
This book covers the major battles that men face in today's world and challenges the reader to join other men of faith in living (and defending) the eight commitments of St. Joseph, the model earthly father. Jim Burnham and Steve Wood do an outstanding job of laying out the key fundamentals to being a strong, faithful, and loving father. Every man, regardless of whether he has children or not, should read this book. It is one of the best I have ever read. In a world that is in desperate need of fathers committed to the teachings of Christ, this book is necessary tool for building a proper foundation for your family.
Dordred
Great book. would be a great gift for any father.
Vushura
Steve Wood and James Burnham have hit the nail on the head. They have identified the critical areas where fathers become either successes or failures. If you're a young father and want to know how to be a great father - this is the book for you. If you're an old father - and want validation for what you did right and identification for where you went wrong - this is the book for you.
The critical areas they deal with involve devotion to God, to Church, and to family. They show how to love and be faithful to your wife. They show how to love your children, and it's spelled T-I-M-E. They show the necessity of rightly ordering family life so that it aims at more than this family's life.
Having observed both Mr. Wood and Mr. Burnham's families, I can say that they practice what they preach and their children (while giving the struggles to their parents that is ordinary) are happy, healthy, and holy. The happiness of their wives and the marvels that are their childrens are astoundingly powerful testimonies of the truth they speak in this book.
Heri
This is an outstanding book aimed at fathers like me that are Catholic and have embraced their faith but haven't fully realized the consequences if we neglect to pass our faith on to our children. One cannot read this book and not realize there is no greater obligation we have than to pass on our Catholic faith to our children. What could possibly be more urgent? Several times while reading this book I got that uncomfortable "hot under the collar" feeling because Mr. Wood is so effective at making one realize the things we are NOT doing as parents, and I'm a good parent!! I know Jim Burnham from when I used to live in New Mexico and he is a tremendous person and teaches Apologetics wonderfully. The lady who expressed concerns over Mr. Wood's thoughts on mutual subjection I think has either misunderstood the author's intent or focused on one thing that shouldn't lessen the message this book sends. I truly wish every father would read this book - there isn't time to lose.
Thorgaginn
I was horrified when a friend showed me this book's outrageous claim that Pope John Paul II neither teaches or endorses the mutual subjection of spouses. The book's claim is, of course, patently false.
The reasoning behind this false claim includes, among other things, an appeal to the writings of Wayne Grudem, a Protestant with a weak understanding of both scripture and linguistics whose works have been debunked time and again by better scholars.
What Pope John Paul II *actually* teaches about the mutual subjection of spouses may be found in his apostolic exhortation "On the Dignity and Vocation of Women" (Mulieris Dignitatem):
"The author [of Ephesians] knows that this way of speaking [in Ephesians 5:22-23], so profoundly rooted in the customs and religious tradition of the time, is to be understood and carried out in a new way: as a 'mutual subjection out of reverence for Christ' (cf. Eph 5:21).... However, whereas in the relationship between Christ and the Church the subjection is only on the part of the Church, in the relationship between husband and wife the 'subjection' is not one-sided but mutual.... the awareness that in marriage there is mutual 'subjection of the spouses out of reverence for Christ,' and not just that of the wife to the husband, must gradually establish itself in hearts, consciences, behavior and customs. This is a call which from that time onwards does not cease to challenge succeeding generations; it is a call which people have to accept ever anew. St. Paul not only wrote: 'In Christ Jesus...there is no more man or woman,' but also wrote: 'There is no more slave or freeman.' Yet how many generations were needed for such a principle to be realized in the history of humanity through the abolition of slavery! ....But the challenge presented by the 'ethos' of the Redemption is clear and definitive. All the reasons in favor of the 'subjection' of woman to man in marriage must be understood in the sense of a 'mutual subjection' of both 'out of reverence for Christ.'" (section 24)
How could Steve Wood so flagrantly deny a clear teaching of Pope John Paul II? The only possible explanation I can think of is that perhaps his conversion to Catholicism was not yet complete when he wrote this book. At any rate, Catholics should follow Pope John Paul II rather than Steve Wood. "Mutual subjection" of wife to husband AND husband to wife is the authentic Gospel ethos.
Thiama
Steve Wood's, "Christian Fatherhood" has had a continuing and growing influence on me. Having been married fourteen years, my wife and I have had our share of challenges. The wisdom and charity within this book has helped me be a more loving husband, a better father and has given me the confidence to teach my faith to my children.
Walianirv
This book is an excellent resource for fathers. The book describes how to follow St. Joseph, affirming Christ's lordship over our families, loving our wives, educating our children in the instruction of the lord, etc. Good resource for small mens discussion groups, too.
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