A friend of mine, a youth pastor, recommended this book to me, so I downloaded it and read it. It is a quick read, not very long at all. Some of the doctrine, although not questionable is debatable. On the whole it was a solid book, with solid principles. Although I liked the Honi example, I would have preferred someone from the Bible to be the central theme of the book, not from the Talmud.
You can never go wrong when speaking scripture over your children, and that is the main thing I will walk away with. My kids are older, one is married, and the others are all teens. Many of the things Mark recommends parents do we had already doing.
One line in particular really stuck with me though, because it is a truth that carries through for whatever you are praying for. The line is, "God honors bold prayers because bold prayers honor God."