When I’m a Daddy
A Little Boy’s Guide to Biblical Fatherhood
“Being a daddy is a big, tough job! It will take a lot of time and hard work. But God will help me be a good daddy someday because I want to do things his way!” Teach your little boy God’s way to be a daddy before he learns from the role models of the world around him. Show him the kind of daddy God wants him to be. In simple words, with Bible verses, and charming illustrations, this valuable booklet is valuable for the boy who loves to be read to or who is just learning to read.
For ages 6 and under.
Scriptures are quoted from the New King James Version
See also the companion volume, When I’m a Mommy: A Little Girl’s Paraphrase of Proverbs 31, by the same author Ginger Adair Fulton.
Samples of the Content (with illustrations and Scriptures to go with these words, on each page):
Someday, when I grow up, I want to be a Daddy. (Psalm 127:3, 5 quoted)
To be a good daddy, I need to follow God’s plan for daddies. I can find this plan in God’s Word, the Bible.
I will need to learn how to work so I can get a job. Houses, cars, clothes, and food all cost money. I can earn the money that my family will need. (1 Timothy 5:8 quoted)
Of course, there will always be things that will need fixing around our house. I will enjoy making our home a nice place for my family. (Ecclesiastes 10:18 quoted)
But I will never become so busy with work that I can’t spend time with my family. My children will need to learn to love God. (Deuteronomy 6:5 quoted)
I must always remember that being the leader of my family doesn’t mean that I boss everyone around. God wants me to lead my family with love and wisdom. (Ephesians 6:4 quoted)
The above is only a sampling – there’s much more!