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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, […]

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 […]

Father and Son Gratitude!

September 29, 2008 by

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God really did reveal His heart to us through our time together.  Here is a group picture of some courageous Dads and grateful sons! Celebrating with you the Father’s heart, Glenn “My son and I drew closer this weekend, a closeness that I did not know how to achieve by myself! I have the utmost […]

“Masculine and Spiritual Initiation” by Glenn McClure

July 25, 2008 by

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I have had a dream for the last few years–a dream of providing spiritual, masculine experiences for Fathers and sons. I ran across this quote recently: “To accomplish great things, we must dream as well as act.” (Anatole France, 1844-1924). It sums up what I’m attempting to do with and about that dream for fathers […]

Definitely on the right track!

July 15, 2008 by

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Last week was very affirming for the work we are doing on this retreat! I spoke with Lance Howerton, Director of Camps for LifeWay, and after looking at our agenda, time line, and activities, he was amazed at the content and the experiential template we are using. His comments were, “I wish my son was […]

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 […]