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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

Dads, be careful!

October 21, 2008 by

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Men, For those of you who were at the Father’s Heart Weekend, I am the “baseball guy”. I had an absolute BLAST getting to talk baseball with all of you. It was an honor and joy to suit up again and feel a part of something that was such a major part of my own […]

What is Masculinity Anyway? by Glenn McClure

July 29, 2008 by

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A lot of us are not even sure what masculinity is, what it looks like or where it comes from. Is this simply an issue of gender or is masculinity a deeper reality? There are obvious stereotypical images that many of us have grown up with and associated with the masculine and being a “real […]

“Identity is bestowed!” by Phil Davis

July 18, 2008 by

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I was reading the following excerpt from The Sacred Romance today and felt it so connected with my story and one of the short-comings of my own father. …we develop a functional self-image, even if it is a negative one. The little boy paints his red wagon a speckled gray with whatever Father left in […]

“Boyhood” by Glenn McClure

July 17, 2008 by

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Do you remember the summers of your boyhood? Ice cream, your favorite bike, fishing, camping, swimming, exploring in the woods. There was something glorious about being a boy during the summer! If you were lucky or blessed, you had a Dad or an uncle take you on adventures during the summertime. My Dad drove us […]

Expect Transformation

July 11, 2008 by

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For those of you that have already signed up to attend The Father’s Heart Weekend Experience, I hope your anticipation is building. For those of you who haven’t, I hope desire is bubbling up and drowning out the voice of the enemy that says, I can’t afford that, We’re busy that weekend, I’ll get to […]