Fathers, do you want to raise your sons to grow into God-honoring men who embrace authentic biblical manhood? Robert Lewis and Dennis Rainey have teamed up to publish a new resource to help fathers with the noble pursuit of raising modern-day knights.
Fathers, do you want to raise your sons to grow into God-honoring men who embrace robust, authentic biblical manhood?
Robert Lewis and Dennis Rainey have teamed up to publish a new resource to help fathers with the noble pursuit of raising modern-day knights. Expanding on Lewis’s 1997 book Raising a Modern-Day Knight: A Father’s Role in Guiding His Son to Authentic Manhood (Focus on the Family), Lewis and Rainey offer a series of seven DVDs of instruction on raising sons entitled, like the book, “Raising a Modern-Day Knight.”
The package is essentially a six-week video study for fathers wanting to raise their sons to be masculine “according to the Scriptures.” The package, available at www.RMDK.com and includes a copy of Lewis’s book, a RMDK training guide—which includes dad’s workout program for his son, and the course on six DVDs.
The videos are broken up into “adventures” and begin with helping fathers to “size themselves up,” and also include “Shaping Up as a Dad,” “A Son’s Defining Moment: the Call to Manhood,” “The Power of Ceremonies,” and “Putting it all Together.” RMDK also includes a “Legacy Album” that allows fathers to mark milestones their sons reach along the journey to authentic manhood.
The video series aims to help fathers:
Lewis is teaching pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Ark., and Rainey is host of the daily radio program “FamilyLife Today.” Both serve as board of reference members for The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (CBMW). For more information or to order, visit www.RMDK.com.
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