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Help! I Don’t Know How to Answer My Kid’s Tough Questions (07/23/21)

Kids ask a lot of questions. A recent study states that "mothers are asked 228 questions a day". And that is just for one child. (My wife and I have 5 - sooo...) Parents get asked numerous questions a day.

In Praise of the Ordinary Fathers Making an Extraordinary Difference (06/18/21)

There was not an event in my life I could remember where he was not present. So my fathers perceived absence from my game was troubling. It really was his presence I craved and desired, regardless of how close or far away he was. This was especially true for my sports games.

Five Ways to Help Your Kids Burn Energy in the Winter

This is a foundational value we regularly come back to - our home should be a place of joy and enjoyment - even in winter months.

The Letter I Wrote My Son When I Gave Him His First “Real” Bible

To be honest, I always knew I was going to give my kids Bibles. My wife and I have been intentional about talking about how we will help our kids develop a habit of Bible reading. But I never thought about how important the day we give them their own "real" Bible was a stewardship we were entrusting to them as well.

Parents, Waste Time with Your Kids

While I regularly think about investing in terms of finances, the same is true of time. Where I invest my time today could pay dividends years down the road. This is especially true when it comes to...

No More Passive Fathering (Feature Friday 05/22/20)

A moment in time where I felt on top of the world and at the same time uncertain what I was going to do. Being a dad has not only been one of the greatest joys of my life, but also one of the most difficult, character shaping realities.

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