Category Archives: Dad

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Where Do I Focus During Life’s Big Moments?

On August 21, 2017, we experienced “The Great American Eclipse.” Fourteen states throughout middle America were included in a 70-mile-wide path called the path of totality. It was only in this path that one would be able to see a “total” eclipse of the sun. Where I live, in Knoxville Tennessee, we were getting something […]
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How to Communicate With Your Children

Learning how to communicate with your children is tough. Have you ever felt like getting your kids to open up and talk to you is like trying to open up Fort Knox? Dads, it time to listen up. Don’t Be a Jack and let those moments slip by. It’s time to engage your Uncommen skills […]
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Lessons From The Father: Learned Behaviors

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 […]
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Dads, What You Say Matters

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. […]
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Been There, Done That, So Share

Recently I was listening to a group of Christian young men who had just completed their first year in college. I heard statements like “eye-opening,” “they don’t teach you this in High School,” “I wish I could do the first semester over again,” “I did not know what I did not know.” What they were […]
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Your Last Words: Impacting Your Children for a Lifetime

No one wants to think about death, but the reality is that it is going to happen to all of us unless the Lord Jesus returns first. No one knows how they will die, whether suddenly or after some prolonged illness. “As the time approached for David to die, he ordered his son Solomon, 2 “As for me, […]
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