Dear Son

Dear Son: Fatherly Advice on Becoming a Man

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By David Bruskas & Cindy Coloma / Tyndale House

In Dear Son by Dave Bruskas, he offers advice – the help he would have given to his own son had he lived through the growing-up milestones. After losing his infant son to a congenital heart defect, Dave wanted to help other young men. In the book, he talks about first dates, first jobs, weddings, births, friendships, and funerals. As a special feature, parts of the book are written to the infant son the author lost.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through Tyndale House book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

 

Dear Son is designed to spiritually and practically guide young men in their actions, behaviors, thoughts, and lifestyle choices. Dave Bruskas starts out by discussing a bit about his son that left this life not very long after it just began. Each chapter of this book starts off by a letter from Dave to his son, as only a dad could write it. Immediately after the letter follows a discussion on a topic related to the letter, like being a Christian, a father, a husband, used by God, and being a provider to name a few.

Amazing! That is what I thought Dear Son was, amazing. Even though I am of the female species, I found the reading to be quite interesting and useful. Especially useful since I have just given birth to a son, my first child at the age of 45. This book was a page-turner, I loved it! I found the advice and guidance to be wise and right on target. There were Biblical scriptures used throughout the book.

I highly recommend this book, not just for young men but for all readers!

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