In this episode, Shaun speaks with Scott Keith about his book Being Dad: Father as a Picture of God’s Grace (NRP Books, 2015).

Welcome to The Shaun Tabatt Show! Today my special guest is Scott Keith and we’re talking about his book Being Dad: Father as a Picture of God’s Grace (NRP Books, 2015).

Being Dad by Scott KeithAbout The Book:
Being Dad deals with the way fathers, and the subject of fatherhood, are treated in modern culture. Dr. Keith brings his experience with family, students, great mentors and friends to bear on this subject which is crying out for attention. Equally, he brings his Christian faith, a scholarly eye for detail and an ear for story along on the journey and works with the reader to navigate a path to a better country where the Father blesses His children and is honored.

Scott KeithAbout The Author:
Scott Keith is, first and foremost, a family man. Having raised three children side by side with his wife, Joy, the consolations and challenges surrounding the roles of husband and father are his main focus. With experience in college and youth-camp administration, he has felt the pain and difficulty arising from the lack of a father in the home. He hopes his experience will benefit others. He is the Associate Dean of Residential Education Services at Concordia University in Irvine, California, the Director of Operations at New Reformation Publications, a fellow of The Thinking Fellowship, and involved in promoting the work of the 1517 Legacy Project.

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Half the fun of doing these podcasts is the conversation that happens around them. With each episode, I’ll be asking a new questions. Here’s my question for episode 34:

Question:  Did you grow up without a father like Scott and I did? Tell us how God’s grace broke through to help you understand fatherhood and the love of the Father.

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