Many dads see household duties as a necessary evil, but God wants you to see them with fresh eyes. When you do, it’ll transform the everyday and bring new meaning to the mundane.
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How to Do Chores Like a Christian Chris Pennington
Make Christmas Meaningful for Your Family John Pate
How can believing dads help their families catch the meaning of Christmas this year? Far more meaningful than any holiday décor, the true Christmas message can be on display as you serve your family like Christ Himself.
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?
3 Ways to Redeem Summer 2020 John Dalrymple
If you are struggling to “redeem the time” (Eph. 5:16) as a family, here are three worthwhile family activities to incorporate into your final weeks of summer—and perhaps continue throughout the entire school year.