There are at least two major ways we are failing our kids. Roy Baldwin shares how the church and dads in the home must transform so we don't lose the next generation.
Do you know how to resolve conflict? In this post Jay Payleitner shares examples to encourage you as a dad and learn to handle conflict, well, without being a jerk.
Discussing racism is vital given the current climate in our country. We want to offer you a free guide for helping dads discuss racism. What an opportunity for husbands and dads to take the initiative to encourage and equip your families during this volatile time of racial tension in America. Every family can do [...]
Research on fathering in America. An overwhelming majority of Americans agree that fathers play an important and irreplaceable role in the lives of children: 89% agree that it is important for children to live in a home with both their mother and father. 92% agree that fathers make a unique contribution to their children's [...]
My dad has anger issues. This is what I hear in working with fathers all of the time. But, here's the question: Where, When, and with Whom do you get angry? Think about it! At our men’s conferences, we surveyed over 5000 men regarding their greatest temptations, and 42% of the men surveyed listed [...]
What an opportunity for husbands and dads to take the initiative to encourage and equip your families during this volatile time of racial tension in America. Every family can do this. Some may want to do this alone or several families may want to gather at someone’s house. This could be another ‘home church’ [...]
Knowing how to communicate better with your son isn't always easy. Think about the last conversation you had with your child. Did you walk away feeling closer to him, or did it raise your blood pressure by a few points? Was your child smiling, or looking for something else to do? Or was he [...]
Real men are warriors. You are charged with the duty of pushing back against the evil that seeks to prey on your wife, daughters, and sons. If you don’t step up, who will? It began as a shopping date with my daughter Laura, who was 13 at the time. I never dreamed it would [...]