The idea is simple: Families need Fathers. However, the practical steps are sometimes elusive. In this book, Carey recruits several other Christian men to write 21 challenges for 21 days. Each challenge deals with an aspect of Christian character, fatherhood or marriage.
I read this book not being sure what to expect. I was excited to see a great resource that could be used to help bring men along. Admittedly, I had trouble relating to some of the challenges. I do not travel for business a lot, so a section on that didn't click with me. However, that doesn't mean its not needed. I talk with many dads who do need help in this area. Overall, the book is a great resource. I personally think the best use of the book would be in a small core group of men to encourage accountability.
I'd give the book 4 out of 5.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Tyndale House Publishers as part of their