God owns you, and that changes everything! Christ's sacrifice is the only force powerful enough to overcome the thousands of trivial vices that tempt us to waste our fatherhood.
All of us live with limitations. We have health limitations, financial limitations, time limitations, energy limitations, talent limitations, family limitations, house limitations, job limitations, and the list goes on and on.We can try to muscle through our limitations in pride, or we can accept them in humility as good gifts from God.
Facing the loss of a baby through miscarriage is one of the hardest and isolating trials your marriage can face, and yet there is a path through the pain together. In your family’s grief, God is with you. He will pour hope and comfort into broken hearts.
Dads are human, so dads will constantly fail. The question is how we’ll respond when we fail and how we’ll plan for success in the future. Repentance and forgiveness are God’s tools for restoration.
Journaling can be a key habit for real personal and spiritual stability. It’s built my discipline, enhanced my memories (especially with my children), given me focus, and helped me grow spiritually.
Using a list to prioritize your callings doesn’t acknowledge the complexity of balance, and it actually might be a tacet accusation of God’s character. What’s wrong with Priority Lists?
Missing sleep is often a badge of honor, but it may also be a sign of a broken self-image. As creatures, our daily need for sleep can instruct and shape us theologically.
Family life is busy life. But if you lead your family in your busyness you can find joy and fulfillment in a full life together.
Fatherhood is under attack in our world today. Where can we as Christian dads draw encouragement and inspiration in times such as these? Look no further than God the Father.