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White House Promotes Fathers

September 14, 2009 by

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I was encouraged to see this post on the White House blog… SUNDAY, JUNE 21ST, 2009 AT 10:27 AM Responsible Fatherhood Posted by Macon Phillips On the 100th anniversary of Father’s Day, the President writes a piece on fatherhood in Parade Magazine talking about his own life and highlighting the responsibilities all fathers must step up to: In many […]

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 […]

A Reminder…

January 24, 2009 by

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I love this song from Andrew Peterson. I’m reminded that in many ways my life hasn’t turned out quite the way I was expecting … or even hoping for and yet somehow God redeems.  Things that I once thought of as trying or inconvenient as a parent, I now see as a beautiful gift.  One […]

“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 […]