Every father leaves a legacy for his daughter whether good or bad, whether by design or by default. Daughters watch carefully what dads prioritize as well as what they neglect, and then form their own ideals-including the kind of man they look for in a mate-in response to this. Dr. Voddie Baucham explains this powerful influence that fathers have on their girls as well as the destructiveness of male abdication. His charge: Dads must set aside selfish pursuits and lovingly lead their daughters.55 minutes
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Review 1 for Fathers & Daughters: Why Every Father is Leaving a Legacy Audio CD
"Every father leaves a legacy for his daughter whether good or bad, whether by design or by default." This is the theme of this audio lesson and it is done very well by Voddie. He does a great job of showing from the Bible how fathers are to treat and raise their daughters; helping us to renew our mind to a Biblical worldview of being a father to our girls as opposed to the secular, and sometimes feministic, way of thinking. Many of the lessons given here will be a shock or even strange to those listening, but it's only strange because we've been taught by our society to raise our children one way when the Bible has an accurate view. Our we teaching our girls to honor God, love marriage, and know their roles in God's will? Many times the answer is no and this audio will definitely help you to go down the Biblical path of raising daughters. Well done and highly recommended. If you are prepared to leave a Godly legacy for your daughters, get your Bible, get this audio, and begin to raise your girls the right way.
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Review 2 for Fathers & Daughters: Why Every Father is Leaving a Legacy Audio CD
Date:August 26, 2011
Focused on the participial views and opinions of this home school father. Not helpful