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Voddie Baucham: Fathers are incredibly influential, both directly and indirectly. Children were created to respond to the influence of a father. A man can have a complete lack of influence in his personal and professional life, but the day he … Continue reading
Dads, Your Children Need You. “Fathers are incredibly influential, both directly and indirectly. Children were created to respond to the influence of a father. A man can have a complete lack of influence in his personal and professional life, but … Continue reading
Ray Ortlund shares wisdom from his dad that we all need to hear: I think about my dad a lot. I miss him so much it aches. But the most important thing he taught me was this. There is only … Continue reading
Ashley Madison & Who You Are Online. “One of the great deceptions of the Internet is that it allows us to think there are two parts to us, the part who exists in real time and space, and the part … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard, I am the father of the most beautiful little girl ever, Daisy Jane. These past (fast) seven weeks have been amazing. New feelings. New experiences. Lots of new thoughts. One of the reoccurring thoughts I have … Continue reading
Fatherhood is ripe with challenges in itself. When I add my own weaknesses as a man into the equation, the feeling of inadequacy become overwhelming. However, although knowing my weaknesses as a man can be disheartening, it doesn’t have to … Continue reading
Paul Tripp shares some helpful advice for dads who didn’t grow up with good role models in their own fathers.
Enjoying God’s gifts is serious business (Ecclesiastes 5:19-20). Unfortunately, it doesn’t come easily to the those who struggle with sin. We know how to covet God’s gifts. We know how to worship God’s gifts. But it is much more difficult … Continue reading
God Doesn’t Want Matt Chandler (Or Any Other Celebrity Preacher/Pastor) to Be Your Pastor. Without demeaning the blessing of gifted pastors/preachers, Stephen Altrogge reminds us that, ” God doesn’t want Matt Chandler to be your pastor (unless you happen to … Continue reading