Believing dads love their Bibles. All too often, however, other appetites displace our delight in God’s Word. In this article, we’ll take a look at a psalm devoted to the topic of delight and ask, “How do we grow our delight in God’s Word?” Psalm 1 provides a three-part blueprint for dads who love the Bible but want to love it more.
When we try to love our families and fall short, maybe it’s time to look elsewhere. Where can we find a true, reliable source of love? The Bible tells us that there is only one person who can enable us to love our children. This article takes a closer look at Him and His amazing love for our families.
Nearly every dad has experienced an innate love and care for his children. Sometimes, however, the going gets tough, and love is tested. How do you know if you really love your children like God desires? In 1 Corinthians 13:4–8, Paul gives us a picture of how God describes love.
Real rest is often elusive—for dads and families alike. Rest doesn’t show up simply because it’s on the calendar. How can we as dads learn both to rest and to lead our families in rest? Explore three key truths about rest and some practical ideas for applying them to your daily life.
Raising children with disabilities presents unique and difficult challenges. With challenges like frequent medical appointments and the need for specialized discipleship, parents of disabled children must continually access God’s abundant grace. Three families share what they’re learning from the journey and how the church can support them.
How can you and I make a difference this year, in our personal lives, our families, and our communities? The Scripture indicates that it is the small habits of obedience that will make the biggest difference. Three basic habits, when done over the long haul, will have a big impact this year.