What Dads And Moms Need To Know

I recently read the book “What Dads Need to know about Daughters / What Moms Need to know about Sons” by John and Helen Burns.

The Burns are internationally known speakers on marriage, family, and relationships. They also pastor Relate Church, a thriving family church with three worship centres in the Vancouver area.

The book provides advices on how to raise sons and daughters to become healthy, mature, and loving adults.

One of the ideas talked about in the book is to have a regualr parent-child date to foster a close relationship and friendship. I knew that and read about it many times. But I haven’t put it into practice yet.

I know I should. It is a great idea.

1 Response

  1. roxane s.

    Qin, we’ve done some of this and I find it’s always beneficial, but hard to put into practice on a regular basis with five kids, as well as a need for individual and couple time. But worth it when we can have “dates” with our children. Sounds like a helpful book!

    I also wanted to let you know that I responded to your question. There is so much to cover, but I will be talking much more about my faith journey during Lent (Feb. 17 to April 4) so I hope you will stop by, Wednesdays and Fridays especially. Thanks for the encouragement. Blessings!

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