There are three basic approaches that most fathers use—knowingly or not—in raising their children. As opposed to the authoritarian and permissive parenting styles many of us experienced during childhood, here’s why being forthright is the biblical approach to fathering.Read More
We would like to express our appreciation for the millions of men around the world who faithfully strive to honor God in all their vocations in life. Here are twelve wonderful responsibilities God has given to men.Read More
Dads don’t expect to be fussed on, but they still like to know they are appreciated! Here are ten thoughtful and useful Father’s Day gifts for the special dad in your life—and they’re all available on Amazon.Read More
The father of old was to hold himself above outward displays of emotion and be above question regarding his decisions as well. Yet, a biblical dad needs to be willing to show how he feels and admit mistakes when he is wrong. Here is some practical advice for fathers on being flexible.Read More
One area of parenting hits me right in the heart. It's painful to watch and hard to endure, but it's part of life and something through which our children need us to disciple them. What is it? Failure. Here are four ways to turn failure into growth in your child’s life.Read More
Here are seven Father’s Day gifts for your dad that money can’t buy, along with corresponding Bible verses.Read More
Some dads try to be disciplinarians and end up being harsh. Other dads try to be loving and end up being permissive. In Ephesians 6:4, the apostle Paul instructs fathers on the need to be firm in a measured and biblical way. Here is some practical advice on how dads can lovingly bring up their children "in the discipline and instruction of the Lord."