What Every Father Must Teach His Son(s)
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About the book
This 112- paged book is meant to encourage, stimulate and to remind fathers, as the case may be, about their God-given roles of training their sons (and daughters). Raising sons is primarily the duty of fathers. It should not be assumed that raising children will always naturally come by instinct. Many men are involved in Childbearing but not all of them are involved in Childrearing. This book is meant to serve as a prompter and a guide for “training of the trainers.” It covers a wide range of subjects and will help you search and increase your understanding of the Scriptures on the subject matter. The book is also meant for the females because they have fathers, brothers, uncles, husbands, sons, sons-in-law, male colleagues and friends, all of whom are either fathers or potential fathers. I commend you to the Spirit of the Living God as you read and take steps on the issues outlined in this book.
The book has 102 sections; each section begins with quotation(s) from the Holy Bible addressing an issue, which is then followed by the discussion. It is presented in an easy-to-read manner.
About the author
Akintunde Akinyugha is a medical doctor by profession and a teacher of the Word of God by calling. He is married to Adebusola and they are blessed with two children, Toluwanimi and Mofeyifoluwa. They attend St Anne's Anglican Church Aule in Akure.
He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University in IIe-ife Osun state, where he served as a one time Bible study secretary and later President of the Evangelical Christian Union (ECU) fellowship while on the campus.
As at the time of this writing, he is undergoing residency training programme in Family medicine at the Federal medical Centre Owo in Ondo State, Nigeria.