Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Review: Man Quest by Mike McCormick

Man Quest is a workbook experience for a father and his son to do together over a period of time.  Broken down into six guideposts, lessons are taught and questions are asked of both father and son.  Peppered with scriptural verses, this workbook experience really delves into deep thoughts and shows the Biblical viewpoint versus the world’s viewpoint of a man, who he is and his purpose.  At the end of each guidepost there is a recommended movie for a father and son to watch and discuss together.  After going through the lessons and exercises there are tips on how to plan a weekend excursion and a sample schedule of activities for father and son to experience together and alone.   I think this is a great exercise for a father to become closer to his son and to teach and guide him.  The author states at the beginning that this is his love letter to his sons and the reasons why he was moved to develop and write this.   The following are the six guideposts which are taught in Man Quest: Accept responsibility, Lead courageously, Pretend about nothing, Journey with God, Protect your heart, and engage in deep and meaningful relationships.  I really enjoyed the six rugged truths the author includes at the end, they are great points for everyone.   I received an e-copy for an honest review from The Book Club Network, Inc. (TBCN) and the opinions are my own.

I wanted to point out that this book is available in e-book and print as well.

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