Would you encourage your kids to imitate you? Would you want them doing the things that you do? What about those things you do when they are not looking?
Though my dad was well-educated and hardworking, he had to work a lot of low-paying jobs to make ends meet. When I was old enough, I went to help him with his handyman gig on the weekends. We would...
When asked this question my first thought was, what did I learn from my dad? It's not that I didn't learn anything, it's that it isn't something I gave much thought to. It didn't take long...
Let me tell you why it is important for Christians to get involved in politics. It's because the Bible's solutions make sense. Read more...
We need to have a plan to keep Abuse from showing its ugly head in your relationships. Chances are, you know someone who is abused or you may even ...
A life changing lesson from Joseph, the Husband of Mary. The Joseph Principle will change your life TODAY if you let it.
Learn how to be the perfect man (or how to find one, for that matter). Read this post if you want to know.
Being a teenager has never been easy. However, advancements in technology mean that teens today are facing a host of issues that previous generations never had to deal with. Other […]
The sin of a father can teach a man a thing or to. What did Author Dave Moore learn from his father? Find out here.
As a child, I believed my dad could fix any type of motor. Whether it was a lawn mower, dirt bike or automobile, my dad could fix it. That knack extended into to all things mechanical and I’ve spent most of my life wishing I could be half as gifted.
It’s easy for young adults and teens to lose sight of what really matters in life. They have to constantly deal with pressure and expectations from their peers, friends, parents, […]
The biblical pursuit of happiness. Are you happy? Happiness is found in something that you would not expect. Find out what God says about this.
President Obama, what ever happened to that Can Do Attitude? What has America become? This podcast will make you think. Just in time for the elections.
My father was unfair to himself by Chad Gramling LaMar Gramling was the oldest boy of a rural Indiana family that included four siblings. He passed away while I was […]
“Dad let’s build a FORT in the park.” The father said, “I’m sorry sons. I can’t today, I’ve got some things I have to do at the OFFICE.”
I’m convinced most things are better caught than taught. We learn by example and experience. If our father never spoke blessing over us or expressed this kind of love, we will probably never do it for our children. It’s a vicious cycle that’s more of a curse than a blessing.