Category Archives: Fathering

Children and the Expectation of Leadership

“What’s next?” “What are we doing tonight, Dad?” “What’s the game plan for tomorrow?” So we’re on vacation this week. All week long, the kids have been full of questions. To a certain degree, this is par for the course. … Continue reading

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Things I Want to Remember, Vol. 26

Time for my semi-regular installment of things I want to remember during this stage of parenting. Joshua came up to me the other day and said, “Hey, Dad. This is my Lego version of you.” I like it; it’s a … Continue reading

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Turning Seven

Seven years ago, a rambunctious little boy came into our lives. We named him Jackson, which means “God has been gracious.” We certainly felt God’s unmerited favor resting upon us as we welcomed his arrival. The months leading up to … Continue reading

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Father’s Day Wisdom

As I prepare for my Father’s Day sermon this Sunday, I’ve been asking for wisdom from some of the Dads I respect the most. I asked a couple of questions: What message do you think Dads need to hear today? … Continue reading

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10 Things I Am Learning From Being A Dad

My friend Adam tagged me in his recent post “10 Things I Am Learning From Being A Dad”, so I thought I’d play along. As you know, I play Daddy to 3 year-old twins and an 8-month old. Needless to … Continue reading

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