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Lessons From The Father: Learned Behaviors

Teach Your Children: Learned Behavior

Proverbs 22:6 Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.”

Lessons from the Father sound like some movie you’d see Kevin Costner in. Something around baseball, golf or old fighter pilots. But today we are talking about lessons we pass on to our children.

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5 Love Lang: Rosetta Stone

Putting Faith In Action: Living It Out

Putting Faith In Action

Webster defines the word application as; 

1. the act of putting to a special use or purpose.

Every day I read the bible. Every day I pray. But not every day I act like a Christian. Why?

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Flippin’ Eggs: What to do When Life Seems too Busy

Time management: Focus on Christ

With the farm full of four young children, 2 Golden Retrievers, 20 chickens, and 1 guinea pig, there is very little time in the week for yourself. Not complaining, just explaining; life is FULL.

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Dads, What You Say Matters

Words matter

James 3:2: “For we all stumble in many ways. And if anyone does not stumble in what he says, he is a perfect man, able also to bridle his whole body.”

I am a dad to three amazing yet different kids. Alexis is my oldest. She is a combo of my personality and my wife’s. Gabriel is my middle child and only son. He has my wife’s compassion and love for people. Then finally there is Alanna. She is me in a woman’s body. 

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Self-Evaluation: 10 Questions Christians Should Be Asking

Lamentations 3:40: “Let us examine and probe our ways, and let us return to the Lord.”

I don’t know about you, but I am a pretty good liar when it comes to self-evaluation. It’s kind of like looking in the mirror; I see the 18-year-old body I used to have and not the 44-year-old body I now have.

Doing a spiritual self-evaluation is much the same way.

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