Our job as parents is to raise our kids to have a joy-filled life, not a life of shame and guilt brought on by a moment of gratification for some lowlife you thought you (...)
There’s an aura that can’t be touched or seen that makes a father appear the most powerful, smartest, fastest, and wisest person on the earth.
Most moral boundaries are written in stone, clear to anyone who can and will see. We all know it’s wrong to smoke crack, watch MTV, or beat our wives.
It felt extra cold this morning on my way to work, so I decided to go through the McDonalds’ drive-thru to get a hot cup of coffee.
Not much scares me. I’m a young man, strong, fast, sharp, on the edge. I’ve hunted crocodiles out of dugout canoes in piranha-infested waters in the middle of the night.
What does an old sock full of dog food and a roll of rabbit cage wire have in common?
I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth. 3 John 4