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.
We all know that we probably shouldn’t yell at our kids. But we may not have thought about why. Explore three reasons why a Christian dad should not yell at his kids.
This isn’t news to anybody: dads get stressed! Life is full, and our response to busyness, difficulty, and changed plans affects our families for good or bad. Here are some simple but powerful truths from God’s Word with which we can fill our minds—truths that can both grow us as dads and foster biblical responses in those we lead.
I recently read Crazy Busy, by Kevin DeYoung. It’s a great little book, and it helped me a lot. However, one chapter in particular stood out to me. The title of the chapter is “You Need to Stop Freaking Out about Your Kids.” Here are some of the highlights as well as four takeaways.
What does God expect of you when you correct your kids? What should motivate and characterize your correction? Chris Pennington offers two biblical insights: “God desires patient words and a grieving heart.
Anger is an all-too-common reaction from dads. But why? What are the sources of sinful anger? John Dalrymple provides four biblical diagnoses with corresponding solutions.