We’re on our second week of looking back over the past 40 weeks of dadAWESOME. We’ll once again highlight six short clips from the fathers that we interviewed.
This week we’re looking back over the past 40 weeks of dadAWESOME and highlighting six short clips from the fathers that we interviewed. These are the 12 takeaways for this first edition of Forty Weeks Of AWESOMENESS.
Fearless Parenting: How to Raise Faithful Kids in a Secular Culture (George Barna & Jimmy Myers)… Jeremy Brookins joins dadAWESOME to share his book summary along with processing how he’s working to implement these challenging take-aways in his parenting.
Korey “XROSS” Dean joins dadAWESOME to discuss fatherlessness, cultivating a path for his kids and allowing God to reshape how we process information.
This incredible conversation explores asking for forgiveness, praying for our kids to hear God’s voice, honoring the Lord with our money and the parallels between surfing ocean waves and our role as fathers.
“Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” 1 Corinthians 15:55-57
Rick Glewwe joins dadAWESOME with a heart-wrenching message of fighting through “bigger than myself” moments and learning to surrender to God’s grace and hope.
Kevin Larson is construction manager, avid sailor, cancer survivor, international mentor and partner in ministry with his wife, Susie Larson. As husband, dad to three grown boys, and a new grandpa, Kevin shares how crisis transformed his perspective and multiplied his capacity to follow God’s leading.
Jerrad Lopes joins dadAWESOME to bring an inspiring message of building practical reminders of God’s faithfulness and chasing our kids with love. Do you feel like you’re stuck in a battle of behavior change instead of living in love with Jesus? Are you looking to build practical reminders of God’s faithfulness in your family’s daily…
Competitive obstacle racer, trauma surgeon and father of seven Patei Iyegha presents deep insights about leaning into hard things and chasing big visions as a family.