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In a world increasingly designed to deceive and tear a person away from God, what can a Christian father do to ensure his children come to the knowledge of our Lord and the plan He has for them? Randall Latham's "A Father's Letter to a Son" is one father's approach to providing a guiding path to his son's spiritual growth. Addressing many of the spiritual issues facing teenage boys, "A Father's Letter to a Son" provides a father's perspective of these most important issues.
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From the perspective of the son Aug 14, 2007
When I was 10 years old (approximately 10 years ago), I was privileged to begin my life as a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. Circumstances in the world inhibited my ability to learn about Christ and to learn about His Bible Doctrine. This inability was quite devastating to me, along with the circumstances that caused it, but God saw fit to grant me a solution, until my studies could resume in earnest.
This book, as the title implies, was not originally in book form. Rather, this is the sum total of a collection of emails written to me, by my father Randall Latham, over the course of about 2 years. They were meant as quick doctrinal infusions, to help me along in the times that I could not study Bible Doctrine. They allowed me to keep my focus on Christ and His teaching, and to become a stronger person and believer than I would have otherwise. They were instructions about specific situations appearing in my life, as well as general instructions for situations that would come later on.
Years later, I sat contemplating this book, wondering what would my life be like if these emails had been unnecessary, and if I did not have to struggle through what I did. But if one person reads this book, and one person comes to the realization that salvation is through belief in Christ alone, then it will have all been worth it.
If you are a teenager struggling with peers, parents and school; as I was, or anyone with problems they cannot solve on their own, then this book is worth a peek. You just may find the answers you are seeking, as I did.