Boys don't grow up and automatically become good men. They need training, and parents need to be intentional about conducting this training and cultivating masculinity in their sons. On this Focus on the Family broadcast, author Jonathan Catherman describes how a mom and dad can take practical steps to invest in their young son so that he will become a proud and responsible man who is worthy of respect. Jonathan discusses the importance of teaching boys basic life skills that every man should know, like changing a tire, tying a necktie, respecting a woman, and more. Our guest also addresses the especially vital role that a father plays in this process.
For more from Jonathan, check out his book The Manual to Manhood: How to Cook the Perfect Steak, Change a Tire, Impress a Girl & 97 Other Skills You Need to Survive.
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- Jonathan Catherman
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- Parenting Sons, Masculinity, Fathers
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