Category Archives: Dad

Confidence in Fatherhood Stems From The Greatest Father

Confidence in Fatherhood Stems From The Greatest Father

How can I have confidence in fatherhood when I wasn’t taught how to be one? It’s something I used to ponder on as I transitioned into Fatherhood. I grew up without an active father in my life. I can think of so many things I felt I should have learned from my father but instead learned from peers or even the internet.

For example, I learned to tie a tie, change a tire, and even shave from youtube. Not that anything is wrong with self-learning, but the confirmation and encouragement can’t be accomplished on an internet app. 

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How to Handle Your Responsibilities as a Father

Your Responsibilities as a Father

Our son experienced substantial emotional fall-out during the end of his baseball game last night. He’s a sensitive child as it is, but when things are starting to turn bad, they can spiral so quickly. As a father, it’s my job to try and pick up the pieces and encourage him to get back on his feet. Easier said than done most of the time.

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How to Have Faith Even When God Says No

Today, we’ll look at how sometimes God says no or “not yet.” Saturday mornings are an excellent time for my daughter to bond as we cook breakfast together. She’s only two years old, so she is usually regulated to grabbing utensils and staring at me while I cook everything. She’s also on duty to make sure the cats don’t get too close and eat the cooked food we take out.

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God Delights in His Children

God Delights in His Children

For me, I’m a Dad and a husband, and I love both roles. My most considerable growth as a Christian has been because of being a husband and a father. I’ve been able to understand a lot more about God when I became both roles. I know why God does what He does, why the struggles happened, how He’s capable to love despite our disrespect and cold-shouldered nature.

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Having Consistent Faith Amidst Life’s Surprises

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Consistent faith through the challenges of life is hard. Being a father is as hard. But when you have a sick child, it’s even harder. Especially when your child is at a young age and if they don’t speak yet, it’s hard to figure out where they are hurting.

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What makes an UNCOMMEN Father?

 

What makes an UNCOMMEN Father?

What makes an UNCOMMEN Father?

Deuteronomy 4:9 — “Only take care, and keep your soul diligently, lest you forget the things that your eyes have seen, and lest they depart from your heart all the days of your life. Make them known to your children and your children’s children.”

I had to ask myself what that meant? How is it defined? How is it played out in real life?

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