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Dad Goals 2021—Jonathan Edwards Style Kristopher Schaal

Theologian Jonathan Edwards wrote a famous list of 70 resolutions, some of which are incredibly daunting. As we approach the new year, ask yourself, “What changes should you make to be a more Christlike dad this year?”

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Is There Peace on Earth? John Dalrymple

“Peace on earth” may seem more like a seasonal sentiment than a cultural reality in 2020. Tensions are high in our country and sometimes in our own homes and hearts. How can we find true peace today for ourselves and for our families?

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Nurture Your Family’s Wonder Guest: Tim Lovegrove

Our capacity or lack of capicity to wonder has very serious spiritual implications. As dads, we need both to model a spirit of wonder as well as nurture it in our families. In the process, you’ll be preparing your family for the day of all days, that day when Jesus comes again to be marveled at among all who have believed. (2 Thessalonians 1:10).

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A Very Old Testament Christmas Chris Pennington

For centuries, God’s people longed for the coming of Messiah. As the Christmas promises multiplied, so did the anticipation. This year, turn the whole month into a season of preparation to make the dawning of Christmas morning about more than presents in your home.

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Make Christmas Meaningful for Your Family John Pate

How can believing dads help their families catch the meaning of Christmas this year? Far more meaningful than any holiday décor, the true Christmas message can be on display as you serve your family like Christ Himself.

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David: Great King Lousy Dad John Dalrymple

King David is known as a “man after God’s own heart,” but he made several parenting decisions that had disastrous consequences. There are three important lessons we can learn as dads from the sad stories of David’s sons in 2 Samuel 11–15.

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Dads and Authority Kristopher Schaal

The Bible teaches that a dad’s authority comes from God. That’s a simple truth with profound implications.

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Faith Is Not Blind Chris Pennington

As a Christian dad, how you think and talk about faith carries heightened importance because your conception of faith will filter down to your children. The Bible constantly encourages us to have faith in God because he is trustworthy. God wants us to express this kind of honoring faith to him.

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31 Ways to Help Your Weary Wife John Pate

How can a husband help his weary wife shoulder her load? 1 Peter 3:7 gives believing husbands a clear mission: “live with your wives in an understanding way.” Here are thirty-one practical ways you can do just that.