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Father, son forge ministry of 2 faiths; They tell churches of Israel’s history

October 6, 2009 by

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I read an interesting article this morning and wanted to pass it on.  Fathers and sons do not have to be the same people or have the same faith in order to be in reconciled and effective. Read more Find out more about this father and son at Boehm’s Blog

Tales of a Dying Superman

September 25, 2009 by

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This is a post written recently by a close friend of mine, Brian Daniel, that I thought was worth sharing.  You can check out his blog by clicking here.  Enjoy the read….I did! *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  […]

Celebrate Your Son

August 15, 2009 by

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This is a guest post from one of our closest allies and an expert on boys, David Thomas. Find out more about David and his work on his website or at Daystar. Its missing in our culture. We just don’t have the rituals seen in other cultures to celebrate a boy on his journey toward […]

Father and Son Weekend only $349!

May 8, 2009 by

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WEEKEND IS SOLD OUT AND REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED You are invited on an expedition of the heart, to remember the boy within, and for you and your son to truly experience the Father’s heart through a weekend that is much more than a typical father/son retreat. This will be a guided journey that pours […]

The Greatest Untapped Evangelistic Opportunity Before the Modern Church by David Bunker

March 13, 2009 by

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I believe that we are involved in the greatest evangelistic opportunity before the church today: the salvation of millions of children under the evangelistic and discipleship ministry of fathers and mothers in the home. This is not the only mission field, to be sure, but it is perhaps the most neglected mission field before the […]

The Boy Within by Glenn McClure

March 9, 2009 by

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In his book Fathered By God (Way of the Wild Heart) John Eldredge writes (about the stages of initiation) “And the man, though now a king in a far more serious manner, must never lose the wonder of the boy, that condition we call young at heart.  For by maturity we do not mean rigidity, […]