100 Ways to Love Your Son: The Simple, Powerful Path to a Close and Lasting Relationship (Paperback)
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You love your son--but that doesn't mean you always know the most effective ways to show that love, ways that will connect with his heart and stick with him no matter what life throws his way.
This practical book by the authors of 100 Ways to Love Your Wife and 100 Ways to Love Your Husband gives you 100 specific, actionable ideas you can implement to show love to your son, no matter what age he is. The best part? The short, bite-sized readings make it easy to start right now
Whether you felt a lack of love growing up and long to do things differently with your own kids or you feel like you're constantly competing with the culture for your child's attention, these books will help you show your son that you care, helping you forge a bond of love that lasts a lifetime.
About the Author
Matt Jacobson served as an executive in the publishing industry for 25 years and for the past 16 years has been a teaching elder/pastor of Cline Falls Bible Fellowship. Matt is also the founder of FaithfulMan.com, an online social media community focusing on marriage, parenting, and biblical teaching, with a cross-platform reach of over 1 million per month. He is the author of the bestselling 100 Ways to Love Your Wife and 100 Words of Affirmation Your Wife Needs to Hear. Lisa Jacobson is an author, a speaker, and the founder and host of Club31Women.com, a powerful online community of Christian women authors who write weekly on husband, home, family, and biblical truths--a powerful voice for biblical womanhood. Her combined social media platforms have a reach well over 1 million per month. She is the author of the bestselling 100 Ways to Love Your Husband and 100 Words of Affirmation Your Husband Needs to Hear. Matt and Lisa are the cohosts of the popular Faithful Life with Matt and Lisa Jacobson podcast. They live in the Pacific Northwest where they have raised their eight children.