Everything you need to understand or teach To Own a Dragon by Don Miller (author).
In the prologue to the story, Donald Miller admits that he specifically addresses men who grew up without a regular father figure. He aims to explain what that means and the effect it has on one's life. He also explores areas that a man without a father must learn on his own, such as women and sex.
Mentoring, according to Miller, fills some of the gaps left by a missing father. Though the idea of a father appeared as foreign to Miller as a fairytale dragon, he learns some of life's lessons through various men that mentored him.
A turning point in Miller's life comes when John MacMurray, the leader of the college-age bible study at his church in Oregon, invites him to live with his family. The invitation, more of a command than a question, offered Miller a glimpse into the daily workings of a family with two supportive... View more of the To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father Summary
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