In five engaging video conversations with father and actor, Kirk Cameron, author Brian Molitor teaches how to create and implement a family plan, and more importantly, how to consistently live it and maintain it.
Designed for fathers and sons, Boy’s Passage—Man’s Journey is an eye-opening message of how to deliberately and strategically transform young boys into productive and godly men. In addition to the five DVD conversations with Kirk and Brian, the box set includes a 64-page study guide and a 240-page book.
Embracing the concepts learned in this set is vital to advancing the maturation and masculinity of the next generation of men. Manhood is not simply achieved by reaching a certain age; it is planned, earned, and—above all—affirmed by the older males in every boy’s life. Becoming a man does not just happen; it is a process—a boy’s passage to a man’s journey.
Complete Boxed Set includes:
• 5 DVD conversations with Kirk Cameron and Brian Molitor
• 64-page companion study guide by Kirk and Brian
• 240-page comprehensive book by Brian
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