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6 Ways To Keep The Good In Your Boy$14.99Read more
This helpful resource equips you to instill integrity and honor in your son. Help him navigate the challenging tween years and beyond as you put him on the path to becoming a healthy and responsible adult.
With some intentional parenting, your son can avoid the many pitfalls that prevent boys from growing into good men. Bob and Dannah Gresh share six proactive ways you can make a lasting impact in your son’s life.
*Get Him Outside to Play
Encourage activities that spark his imagination and creativity and fulfill his God-given need for adventure.
*Give Him a Book So He Can Discover a Real “Call of Duty”
Help him use his free time wisely and develop good discernment about what he reads, plays, and watches.
*Host Wing Nights and Fantasy Football Parties
Let his dad be dad by giving him the freedom he needs to train and discipline his son well.
*Celebrate His Entrance into Manhood
Prepare your son for changes to his body, his mood, and his attitude about the opposite sex.
*Unplug Him from a Plugged-In World
Educate him early and often on the dangers of sexual sin and show him how to monitor his own media consumption.
*Let Him Open the Car Door for You
Teach him how to be a gentleman and how to treat girls and women with kindness and respect.
Good boys can grow up to be great men with a little guidance and a lot of prayer.
Its Great To Be A Guy$12.99Add to cart
Pssst. Hey guys…yeah, you tween boys from 8-12…
Wanna talk guy stuff? Ever wonder what it’s going to be like to start turning into a young man?
Ever think I wonder if other boys ever feel this way about ______.
No matter how you fill in that blank, the answer is YES, other boys have wondered the same thing.
In this fun guide for tween boys, author Bob Gresh (who amazingly was once a tweener himself) helps you fill in a lot of the blanks about growing up.
*The Brotherhood (What does it mean to be a guy?)
*Body care (Can someone please pass the deodorant?)
*Basic plumbing (What’s okay and what’s not?)
*Girls (Do they have cooties or…?)
*Leadership (Helping others succeed)
*Calling (How God wants to use you)
*Push-ups and eating greens (Not every boy is an athlete, but every boy has a body to take care of.)
Here’s one tip, guys: Relax! You’re going to get through the tween years just fine! Hey, it’s great to be a guy!