This is a book that (frankly) every Christian parent with a child 15 years old or more should read. Most of us are familiar with the whole courtship vs. dating topic that has been (rightly) brought forth in recent years. But there is MUCH more to the issue than merely committing to some form of a courtship model.
What sort of a man are we, as fathers of daughters, looking for in a future son-in-law? Do our daughters know how to rightly evaluate any potential suitors? What does the Bible say about the character and qualities of potential husbands-to-be and sons-in-law? Or on the other side of the equation, are we raising sons that will make excellent husbands?
First, he must be a Christian. From page 67:
Thus, limiting our children’s options based on ethnicity is ultimately an affront to the redemptive work of Christ.