3. If you are a single mom, this is a GREAT read for you. He devotes a whole chapter to single moms.
4. Ultimately, I have to realize that I have to let my son get hurt, make mistakes, and fail. Through all of those things he will gain character. God will teach him through the circumstances and struggles. As a mother, this is not easy. We want to “save” our children from everything. But we should not if we want them to be a man of character (which I do)
5. This book challenged me to make a list of character traits that I want my son to have. This was big for me – the list maker. Haha! I do love making lists. Some of mine included honest, loyal, compassionate, honor, and trust-worthy.
So all in all – it was a good book. I would recommend it. Happy reading…