As a kid, I identified with the boy in the song who wanted more of his Dad’s attention. 30 years later, I was the dad leaving my son wanting more.
I want more for Drew Brees and his sons than just what they can earn. And Jesus offers more.
An important part of parenting is determining who you are, what things you stand for, and how you’ll pass those values on to your children.
As a father, you need to love her not only when she is your sweet, affectionate girl, but also when she’s a real pain in the neck.
Quality time speaks love to a young child.
Part of raising daughters is knowing that, at some point, you probably will turn your responsibilities over to another man.
My ancestors have kept His commandments and have passed them on to the next generation. Now it’s my turn.
My ancestors left me a godly heritage, and my passion is to pass that on to my own kids.
Three players from this week’s game, and the fathers who influenced them.
A potentially dangerous accident with my son taught me a lesson in temper management.
It was a real revelation to me that I could pursue a relationship with my daughters by dating them.
A father’s positive presence and parental participation are huge factors in raising children who love the Lord.
I felt under-prepared for my new role as a father, but I’m learning quickly
The idea of taking my 4-year-old daughter on a date had never crossed my mind. It didn’t occur to me that I should treat her any different from her brothers.
For too many years, husbands have abused their God-given role by eliminating the concept of servanthood from leadership.
Two qualities you must develop if you want your children to turn to you.
I’ve been told that the most emotionally stressful event in a man’s life is the birth of his first child.
Great organizations and great families are fueled by loving leaders.
My second daughter reminded me that laughter should be an important ingredient in our family.
Good parenting is often the difference in choosing between self-sacrifice and self.
Part of our responsibility as parents is to help our daughter navigate appropriate relationships, especially dating relationships.
We face an unprecedented crisis in America today—the physical and emotional absence of fathers.
Somewhere between the deadlines and the to-do list, I’d forgotten the most important ministry God had entrusted to me: my family.
Are you making memories with your children? Those moments may be the best times of their lives.
Sometimes we learn great things about life from our kids. In this case, I learned the hard way about not exasperating my son.
Just one day can make the difference in a life wasted and one that leaves a legacy that will outlive us all.
As a husband and father, you are the warrior who has been charged with the duty of pushing back against the evil that seeks to prey on your wife, daughters, and sons. If you don’t step up, who will?