Dads need grace to help in time of need. But there’s a problem. Our sin keeps us from being able to draw near to God. The Old Testament book of Leviticus presents an amazing truth: God has made a way for even sinful people like us to draw near to God.
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.
Teaching your children to resolve conflict requires sacrificing your own comfort for the sake of their growth. But your children—even young children—can learn how to be peacemakers.
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.
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!
How should you respond when God says, “No”? What do you do when you have more questions than answers and God seems silent? God invites you to run to him, to talk with him, to submit to him, and to rest. Hope in God, for He is salvation!
Dads have authorities—just like our kids! It’s hard enough to respond correctly to human authorities, but how can you respond correctly when God says “No”? As we learn how to submit to God’s Fatherly care, we’ll also learn something of the heart of the Father.
The basic elements of family worship are easy to accomplish–simply read, sing, and pray together!
How can you and I make a difference this year, in our personal lives, our families, and our communities? The Scripture indicates that it is the small habits of obedience that will make the biggest difference. Three basic habits, when done over the long haul, will have a big impact this year.