Every Father needs to know this. Every man should apply himself to it. What is it? Watch this quick 5 minute video to find out. But if you want to become the man that God created you to be and if you want to be the father you must be, then watch this. There is Only One Way to be a Dad - Happy Father's Day.
MY FATHER LEFT A HOLE! I met my father when I was five years old. What a memorable day it was! Over fifty years later, I’m still living off of […]
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 […]
Happy Father's Day! We all have something in common, all of us will leave a legacy to our children. Will it be a godly legacy or a legacy of disaster? That's up to you.
“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.
I can never walk into the lumber section of a big box hardware store without thinking of my dad, mainly because the aroma of aftershave and sawdust call to mind so many of my fondest childhood memories.
A missing father easily translates into a missing God. My father was out there, somewhere. I met him. He was real. He was there. Just not there for me.
So, my son and I both got stung by jellyfish on our vacation.What did God teach us that day? Find out here.
Once when I was a teenager, my father and I were standing in line to buy tickets for the circus. Finally, there was only one family between us and the ticket counter. This family made a big impression on me
Manly Father 101 – Fatherly Assurance If you are a Father, you must learn to assure your children that your love for them is immutable and unconditional! Assure your children […]
Fathers, the reason you ought to live such a godly life is that you are modeling before your family what Almighty God is like and what the Lord Jesus Christ is like.
To be a good Dad is tough! This is why I have created a new series called “The Mark of a Dad” to help men fulfill our fatherly roles. So let’s get to it. The first thing I want to discuss is the fact that we must cherish our time with them,
David Kraft was a big, strong man -- all muscle. At the age of 32, he was six feet, two inches tall and weighed 200 pounds. Then he was diagnosed with cancer. It wracked his body, and over a period of time, he dropped from 200 pounds to 80 pounds.
My Dad, Herbert Holland, went to work at the Viscose in Parkersburg, West Virginia in February of 1942. The company manufactured rayon and employed about three-thousand people during World War II. I was very happy Dad got the job.
I must warn you that there will be many times you’ll have no clue what to do. But you still have to pretend you are in control. Like when your three-year old melts down at the grocery store. What do you do? Listen to today's episode and find out.