Book Review: Being Dad by Scott Keith 2

Book Review: Being Dad by Scott Keith
An earthly father can help those around him develop a deeper understanding and love of our Heavenly Father. We, as fathers, have a role and a calling of inestimable significance. We can make The Father known to others by being fathers ourselves. We provide the analogy by which others (primarily our wives and children) come ...

This House Needs More Music 3

This House Needs More Music
Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts. – Col 3:16 There is a weekly Bible study for fathers every Tuesday during lunch at my workplace. We are ...

Sorry For Being Lame 6

Sorry For Being Lame
It’s been almost 6 months since I posted anything. Sorry about that. I just wanted to touch base with all my dear readers (both of them) to let you know that I’m still alive and I still want to talk about fatherhood. I apologize for being distracted and lazy these past several months so that ...

A Story Of How A Father Turns His Son Into A Man

A Story Of How A Father Turns His Son Into A Man
It’s almost father’s day, so let’s have a story about fathering. My friend Eric has an awesome story of how he called his son into manhood. Enjoy… Eric’s Story Every dad has the power to lift his son up or strike him down. A father can lead his son into a fulfilling life of parenting  the ...

Thoughts About Fatherhood After Reading “The Heroic Path” 4

Thoughts About Fatherhood After Reading
Manhood and fatherhood are not two separate issues, but two sides of the same coin. They go hand-in-hand. Therefore, it is justifiable to venture into topics of manhood on blog about fatherhood. I recently read a really good book on manhood called The Heroic Path by John Sowers. The book review itself is in another ...

Book Review: The Heroic Path by John Sowers 1

Book Review: The Heroic Path by John Sowers
Almost 15 years ago, John Eldridge tried to wake Christian men from their culture-induced stupor with Wild At Heart. That was a good book, and it struck a nerve with many. Some heard the wake-up call and heeded it. Others went back to sleep. A fresh wake up call is needed and John Sowers offers ...

Interview With

Interview With
I recently did an interview with Jesse Foster, who runs, a website dedicated to fathering. He is compiling stories and bits of insights from fathers all over the world. I am honored to be included on the list of fathers that get to contribute to this worthy project. The interview is roughly 30 minutes long. ...

The Pope Just Called Us Selfish, And He’s Right!

The Pope Just Called Us Selfish, And He's Right!
Pope Francis recently spoke blasphemy to a generation that is obsessed with self-esteem and self-fulfillment. He said that people who choose not to have children are selfish: “A society with a greedy generation, that doesn’t want to surround itself with children, that considers them above all worrisome, a weight, a risk, is a depressed society. The ...

Protect Your Family By Fighting For Your Rights

Protect Your Family By Fighting For Your Rights
I’ve been doing a little research on parental rights in America lately. This interest was fueled by some stories I saw over the past few months where children had been removed from their families for dubious reasons. These stories naturally raised questions about what rights families have to protect themselves against the unreasonable efforts of government ...

Fathers Shape Their Child’s View Of The Father 1

Fathers Shape Their Child's View Of The Father
I recently came across a short article from another father who “gets it.” He understands that our words, actions, and character dramatically impact how our children know and relate to God. Though the article contains relatively few words, it contains a powerful truth. I would encourage you to take one minute to read it, and ...

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