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.
Fathers bear the ultimate responsibility to raise their children according to the Bible (Eph. 6:4)! Thankfully, there are numerous tools available that can help us. Let me introduce you to a resource that accomplishes just that: The Ology: Ancient Truths Ever New by Marty Machowski.
It’s easy for dads to roll out of bed and stumble toward the mountain of tasks and problems that await us without asking our heavenly Father for help. But, amazingly, He invites us to start our day with a heart-felt morning cry.
What do you pray for your children? Join Andy Gleiser in this post as he draws four principles of prayer from the apostle Paul's prayer life.
We must fight on more than one front in order to protect our time with God in His Word. Choose only one battle front, and our devotional habit may suffer. Fight on all three fronts, and the habit can last. Get triple protection!
Dads often don’t have all the answers. We don’t know what to do. We can’t fix problems. So dads, we need to pray!
Are you looking for trustworthy books about the Bible for your children to read or have read to them? Join Andy Gleiser in this post as he reviews a helpful book on the Bible for children first released in 2004.
God is doing a great work in your family—through you. This article explores three key ways God is at work in your family even in the mundane moments of life.
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.