What We Must Learn From the Last Temptation of Matt Lauer

In 1982, there was a popular off-Broadway musical called “Little Shop of Horrors” that presented an entertaining and accurate allegory about the consequences of not dealing properly and promptly with temptations to do evil. The main character in the play was Seymour Krelborn, a hapless fellow who worked at a skid row flower shop. He was frustrated with his lot in life and the only bright spot was a pretty co-worker named Audrey. Seymour was in love with Audrey, but,… Read more

Living Together Before Marriage Won’t Help You Avoid Divorce – Here’s Why

I fly quite a bit. Sometime ago, I sat next to a pilot that was heading to his next flight location. We had an interesting conversation. He told me about a requirement that his airline had for pilots to do training and testing in a flight simulator. Now, my only experience with flight simulators was playing the popular Microsoft computer game years ago. So, I responded, “That flight simulator must be a lot of fun!” However, to my surprise, he… Read more

3 Things a Father Must Do to Fix a Communication Problem With a Child

As a young father with small children, one of the highlights of my day was the greeting I experienced when I got home from work. Like clockwork, when I would arrive my two sons would drop whatever they were doing and come running, yelling “Daddy!” At times, they would even meet me at the driveway before I could get out of my car. And, of course, I would joyously greet my little guys, too. Fathering was pretty easy then. All… Read more

The Looming Crisis of Family-Less Fathers and Its Cost to Society

Several years ago, my youngest son and I began a regular practice of packing several backpacks with packaged food, toiletries, and small Bibles, and heading to downtown Washington, DC to pass them out to the homeless. Most of the people we met were men and soon I discovered something that truly surprised me. Most of these men were fathers. I remember a conversation with one homeless father, who was in his early 50s like me.  He told me that he had… Read more

Why Pilate’s “What Is Truth?” Question to Jesus Is So Relevant Today

The question “What is truth? matters. Read more

When Men and Fathers Commit to Help a Fatherless Boy

The impact fathers can have on the fatherless. Read more

Why Every Christian Must Believe that Life Begins at Conception

Was Jesus Christ ever not a life? Read more

Want to Be a Better Dad? Here’s How to “Remodel” Your Fathering!

The right fathering tools make all the difference. Read more

Lessons we learn from the Apostle Peter’s “Abortion” Decision

When truth and fear are in conflict, hard decisions have to be made. Read more

Family Trees and the Troubling Problem of Absent Fathers

Missing daddies matter. Read more

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