Last week I finished reading Gospel Powered Parenting. It was hands down the best book I’ve read in the past year (and I’ve read some good ones). Obviously my stage of life plays a significant role in why I found this book so helpful. I suppose if you aren’t a parent you wouldn’t find it as compelling.
Rarely do non-fiction books get better and more interesting with each passing chapter. GPP accomplished that. It was so good that I started expecting a drop-off in quality but it never came. I could fill several blog posts with thought provoking quotes from Farley, but instead I want to share a couple of reasons why this book stands apart from other parenting books I’ve read.