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Dad, If You Only Knew... Eight Things Teens Want to Tell Their Fathers (but Don't)

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ISBN-10: 1590524861

ISBN-13: 9781590524862

Edition: 2005

Authors: Josh Weidmann, Jim Weidmann, James Weidmann

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Listen Up, Dads! Your Teen Is Talking to You! As exasperating as parenting can be during these volatile years, your teen is depending on you for steady faithfulness, love, and guidance. And because teens often find words elusive and expression difficult, they probably haven't told you the things they wish you somehow automatically knew. So let "Dad, If You Only Knew..." be your guide. Josh Weidmann, just out of the teen years himself, joins his father, James, to help dads understand where their kids are coming from. It's a messy world they live in, and meeting them in it is no simple task. But knowing these essentials now makes fatherhood eight times easier! Welcome to Your Teen's World …    
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Book details

List price: $12.99
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: The Crown Publishing Group
Publication date: 7/8/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.352
Language: English

Josh Weidmann Josh Weidmann led Revival Generation for four years and has spoken at events across the country, including the Creation Festival. He is passionate about sharing the Good News with his generation and was instrumental in leading high school students in Littleton, Colorado, through the aftermath of the 1999 Columbine shooting. He is a 2005 graduate of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. James Weidmann Jim Weidmann , Joshrsquo;s father, founded the Family Night movement in 1991 and is the Family Night Guy heard by more than 2.3 million listeners per week. He also serves as executive director for the National Day of Prayer Task Force. Jim has coauthored numerous Focus on the Family…    

Introduction: Your Teens Are Talking
Three Words to Start It All: "Dad, please tell me you love me."
A Strange Sort of Love: "Dad, love me with actions, not just words."
My Father, My Friend: "Dad, I need your friendship."
No Longer Superman (But Still a Hero): "Dad, you've always been my hero."
Anywhere a Green Chair: "Dad, I need you to listen."
The Power of Your Own Story: "Dad, just be real with me."
Getting Ready for the Game: "Dad, please be my coach."
Search for the Missing Me: "Dad, please help me figure out who I am."
Epilogue: A Father's Greatest Gift
Thank You