Raising Real Men Mom & Dad Special

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


The Mom & Dad Special includes the AudioBook for Dad to listen to on the commute and the book for Mom to read in the bathroom (the only place it’s quiet in the house – and that only until they find you!). Get on the same page and save with the Mom & Dad Special.




“This is a book that every family should have…”

– J. Michael Smith, Esq, President, HSLDA


A Practical Guide to Equipping the Hearts and Minds of Boys without Losing or Breaking Your Own

If this is God’s chosen gift to us, then why does it seem so hard? How can we prepare these boys to serve God when we can barely make it through the day? Isn’t there a better way?

The answer is yes.

“Just what the doctor ordered…” – Parenting columnist John Rosemond, author of Parenting by the Book

“Raising Real Men is long overdue… this book is a breath of fresh air.” – Dr. Tedd Tripp, Author, Shepherding a Child’s Heart

Christian Small Publishers Association 2011 Book of the Year

Read more endorsements or read one of the dozens of reviews here.

What is it about boys and competing about everything? Click to read the sample chapter, Racing to Win, and find out how to use that to motivate him!

See the Table of Contents, too.


Special bonus only available on this site:

A free .PDF download of our Raising Real Men Study Guide — free with every book purchase in any format.

Dad wants the AudioBook to listen while commuting & Mom wants the hard copy? Save by getting the Mom & Dad Special 

Additional information

Weight 23 oz
Dimensions 9 x 6 x 1.5 in

Book + AudioBook Set, eBook + mp3 Audiobook Download

1 review for Raising Real Men Mom & Dad Special

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Catherine Ewing

    Full of biblically-sound, reality-based wisdom, reading (or listening to) this book is like having a conversation with older friends who have already navigated this season of parenting and successfully made it to the other side. (And if you’ve ever had the opportunity to meet their family in person, you know this is true!) There have been many chapters that I’ve had “aha!” moments in, and even shared with my kids. The one that comes to mind is learning about young men of generations past who bore great responsibilities at young ages (such as being the US ambassador to France at age 14!). In this chapter, Hal and Melanie challenge us to not accept the status quo for our sons. They are capable of far more than our current society would expect of them. As a single mother, I’m so grateful to have this resource to help guide me in raising my son to be a godly, capable man.

    I was given both the print book and audio book and I love them. There are seasons of my life when I don’t have time to read, so I appreciate having the audio format to listen to while doing other things.

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