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    • Family values,
    • Christian upbringing,
    • Healthy masculinity,
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A Letter to My Father
What Your Son Wants to Tell You But Doesn't
by Isaac Mogilevsky

Many books have been written about the father-son relationship. Most of the readers are well-meaning fathers looking for helpful advice on how to build a relationship with their sons and impact them in a real, meaningful way from older wise men, who have done it. These “successful” fathers usually provide a step-by-step plan describing what they did to connect with their son. This book is different. This book is written from a son's perspective. At the beginning of each chapter, you’ll encounter a letter written from a son to his father asking important questions, expressing doubts, and sharing experiences during growing up from adolescence to becoming a young man. Young men have a lot of questions, questions about life, about love, about God, about finding meaning, about finding purpose, about pursuing a passion, about living courageously, that they rarely verbalize. Through the son’s perspective offered in this book, you’ll develop a meaningful understanding of the young man in your life. This book can be the turning point in your journey of connecting or reconnecting with your son. The impact of fathers on their sons cannot be overstated. It's time to get intentional about walking together, with fathers leading the charge! Father, this book will encourage you to stop being a bystander and will equip you with the tools and biblical principles to impact your son. Reading this book with your son will help you and your son grow together as it highlights both the successes and struggles that fathers and sons experience. This will not be a comfortable journey, but it is so worth it!

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Isaac Mogilevsky is a writer, filmmaker, speaker, and founder/director of Daily Disciple Ministry and He has a passion for helping people become authentic, inspired, and passionate disciples of Jesus. In 2016, as a teenager, while being home educated he founded Daily Disciple Ministry, publishing weekly articles online from a Biblical worldview. Today, through Daily Disciple Ministry, thousands of the ministry’s online followers receive weekly videos, articles, and other resources to help them grow as disciples of Jesus. Isaac currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba. For more information and to watch the short film made in tandem with this book, please visit:


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