The Fatherless Nest
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The Fatherless Nest is about a young boy Ule who was taken to Brazil by his mother from Tanzania, after his mother had a fuss with his father. It highlights the implications as the boy grew up in the city of Brazil without a father present to guide him. It tells of his struggles and his plight to find his identity. It also highlights the dangers of a nation rejecting the Heavenly Father's guidance. A Father’s role replicates that of our Heavenly Father here on earth Ephesians 6:4 he is the King of the home. This book aims to highlights the importance of the Father as the figurehead of every earthly home. One of the primary aspects of fatherhood is being a loving and responsible husband that is married to a wife. From there, his responsibility in partnership with his wife is to guide his children through training them in the admonition of the Lord. The need for this command to be acknowledged in today's society is imperative and the impact of this neglect is being felt. Under our Lord...