But, I also have the end in mind. Stephen Covey is famous for coining this phrase. I’ve thought quite a bit about the man I want my son to become. I’ve written it down and I refer to it every few months. This is my guide and supports me when I hit a wall or question my methods. I won’t always be right, but at least I have a plan.
In all things, do what you say you’re going to do and hold yourself to the principles you’ve lined out for your life. This is a crucial concept in your journey to becoming a father that will raise strong sons. If you’re not strong, they likely won’t be either.
Does it really make sense to look at King David and King Solomon as a model to raise our sons?