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Maybe it’s just me, but there seems to be a lot of heaviness and people who are just worn out lately: from work, stress, constantly negative news, and so on. Being a single parent is no easy task, and daily burdens may seem to be magnified compared to others.
Unfortunately the words if I had known then what I know now don’t help much once certain actions have come full circle. Such was the case of my journey into fatherhood.
Our nation desperately needs a revival of men as the husbands and fathers God has called us to be!
I once heard a story of how cattle ranchers out west must go down to the watering holes on cold mornings to chip away any ice that may have accumulated over night. Just a few pokes here and there quickly break up the ice and allows the animals to drink. What do you...
A few weeks ago, I attended an annual Summit for Fatherhood ministry leaders in the Northwest corner of Georgia—a beautiful establishment and setting! This was my fourth visit to the Summit in the past five years, so I know it well. I will say, however, the first...
I’ve often said there are two things single parents are short on: time and money.
Christmas. Many of us think of it as a time of celebration of our Lord’s birth; a time of joy, creating and reliving childhood memories; music, family, food, and holiday cheer. This is the one season that seems almost magical- the most wonderful time of the year. For...
Imagine a trip unhindered by the plans and expectations of someone else. You can be your own travel guide and decide where you want to go and when you want to explore. Traveling alone can help your mental health or teach you things about yourself you wouldn’t learn...
Traditions: they mean something in a child’s life. Whether it’s an annual celebration, a special day of the week, or something that is just between you and your child, traditions have the ability to bring our sons and daughters back to a time in their life they can hold on to forever.
The way we handle adverse times when they arise sets the bar for how our sons and daughters will too. Here are three quick ways we can avoid falling into the trap of excessive arguing, thus ensuring our children don’t become casualties due to our ignorance.
A FATHER'S WALK| by Matt Haviland
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