Tender Warrior should be on the shelf of every father and/or husband. This book is like a mirror for each man to examine and challenge himself in their role as provider, warrior, teacher, and friend to those within and outside of the home. Stu Weber writes in a way that relates to all men who want to be a real man to their wife and children. Each chapter is very relevant to every man, whether newly married, a new father, or someone with a few years already under their belt. At the end of each chapter, there are questions that are good for self-evaluation or could even be used in a study group discussion. If any individual or group is wanting to do a biblical study of the definition, characteristics, and examples of a man, then I recommend reading this book.
*This book was sent to me by Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing in exchange for my honest review.