Developed from years of research and shaped by a biblical world view, They Call Me Dad is a powerful exposé of the spiritual insights of effective fathering.
Dr. Canfield encourages fathers to activate their faith through modeling and teaching children to out-think, out-live, and out-love the world. They Call Me Dad contains interactive and profiling tools which enhance a dad's skill and understanding of his role as a father.
Dr. Ken Canfield currently serves as the executive director of the Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine University. He served as the founder of the National Center for Fathering, a virtual training center to equip fathers and father figures. His work has won national acclaim, garnering the spotlight on national television shows, and his fathering-related articles have appeared in numerous periodicals (both scientific and popular). He earned his BA from Friends University and MCS from University of British Columbia-Regent College, and a PhD from Kansas State University. Ken and his wife, Dee, have been married thirty-two years and live in Malibu, California.
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