leadership

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The Power of Family Routines Chris Pennington

The job of parenting is overwhelming. How exactly do you raise a child to love, honor, know, and cherish God with all his heart, soul, and mind? In my family we’ve found faithfully sticking to a few simple practices each day shapes our home in ways that grand plans never can. In short, we’ve seen God begin to build our home through our ordinary, daily practices.

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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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What Does It Mean to Be a Humble Dad? Kristopher Schaal

Philippians 2:4 says we are to esteem others better than ourselves. But what does that mean? What does it mean to be a humble dad?

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This Day We Fight John Pate

In order to be the leader God wants us to be, you and I must daily fight sin. Paul’s letter to the Colossian believers gives us a much-needed battle plan to live victorious lives.

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What Makes My Child Who He Is? Kristopher Schaal

Many Christian parents are looking for a formula to ensure that their children trust Christ as Savior and please Him with their lives. Unfortunately, such a formula doesn’t exist. You must work and pray to the end that your children know and faithfully follow God. This is the work of shepherding your child’s heart. In order to do this work, you must understand that your children are the products of two things: shaping influences and Godward orientation.

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I Can’t Get Anything Done Around Here John Pate

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Teach Your Children to Remember John Dalrymple

One of our duties as Christian dads is to memorialize God’s goodness. By pointing to God’s works in your family’s past, you can train your children to more clearly see God’s works in your family’s present.

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Do As I Do Kristopher Schaal

Why doesn’t the slogan, “Do as I say, not as I do” ever work with your kids? Because often when it comes to parenting, “actions speak louder than words.” If you are going to effectively disciple your children, they need to see that YOU walk with God!

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Book Review: Brave Dad John Pate

How can we lead our families in a way that pleases God? John MacArthur’s Brave Dad is a great resource for a dad who is ready for the simple truth about biblical fatherhood.