Man In Command

How To Be A Great Husband and Dad

Non-Fiction - Relationships
161 Pages
Reviewed on 04/17/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Man In Command: How To Be A Great Husband and Dad by Dr. Judith Rolfs is an insightful book that gives men guidance on how to be a good husband and father. Practical and spiritual experiences and scriptures from the Bible play a key role when it comes to helping men in their daily family life. Nowadays there is a lack of credibility when it comes to making promises, and many men do not know how to live by God's word. The tools and strategies in this book will guide every man to make a commitment towards themselves, their spouse, children, and God.

The book tackles a relevant topic and handles it with expertise, methodically helping men examine their relationships with their spouses and children, and to make positive changes. There are quotes from Psalms and other scriptures that give an in-depth study and make male readers accountable to the people with whom they regularly interact. The Taking Action part at the end of each chapter is helpful to get things moving. Reading this book is also a good way to get men to examine the relationships they share with their family and kids. It is also good to identify the strengths of their spouses and children and praise them so that they are able to accept their uniqueness and become more productive. This book is good for any man to examine the relationships he shares with his family and shows why it is imperative that men personally guide their children.