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.”
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.
My father passed away in 2012. He was young and healthy. His death was sudden and totally unexpected. His absence left a huge hole in my life and our family...
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
If Fatherhood Changes Everything, why do some men not take fatherhood seriously? Discover what it takes to be a Real Dad.
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.
Any healthy male can procreate children, but being a dad is a whole different story! It's one thing to make babies and whole different "enchilada" to father them. Let's take a look at what God says about this.
John Finch grew up the youngest of 3 boys in a suburb of Dallas where he lost his father to suicide at age 11. As a young man, John did anything he could to avoid confronting the wounds he suffered as a result of being fatherless.