To me, this whole campaign is a continuation of a nation that wants to address the symptoms but never wants to deal with the REAL underlying issue. In this case, the issue isn’t that young boys (or girls) are calling girls “bossy”. It’s that young girls and boys are not being taught how to conduct themselves in a way that builds others up and shows humility and love toward another.
No matter the task, it really has much less to do with my “passion” but much more about my “willingness” to do what needs to be done since there is no one else that can do what I can do in my family as a father.
How do you know that you weren’t the right dad for your family? Much of our lives are lived in the unknown. We plan but so much is out of our control. Maybe we need to approach our daily challenges as a father like Esther and Mordecai and understand that we are where we are maybe “for such a time as this”
Maybe the best resolution you can make for 2013 is to NOT make one at all? Here’s your first DadPad ToDo today for 2013
I’m not given to hyperbole much. I don’t like the grandiose marketing pitch, the over the top production or the multisyllabic words meant to express an extreme affection for asomething, i.e., Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. But, as I watched Session 9 of the Stepping Up™ Video Study I was extremely moved by two questions that Rob Rienow […]
Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, (Ephesians 4:26 ESV) No, the 2 words are not the first two words of this verse. This is an aspiration verse. Something to aspire to and a verse to align us correctly. It’s one that if heeded, will yield […]