We are our best father when we have our best brothers with us. And so we need those guys and those are the guys that you came in and went rafting with, you know, with me… Those are those guys in my life and we need our brothers. But then also sometimes we need someone else who’s on the outside who’s got some training is a professional in some ways to come along side to create a safe space for a child to unfold.
How we deal with the hurt and wounds of our own father’s failures, determines our ability to be good fathers and mothers to our own children.
….a former superintendent of Minneapolis schools said to us, “if the kids come to us for kindergarten and do not have an involved father or an involved grandfather, they are already lost to us”
“Don’t live in your own understanding it, if you live in your own understanding, you’re going to miss it. If you live it in God’s understanding, through the power of the Holy Spirit, in his presence, he will make everything clear and he’ll provide and he’ll do his gig”
Jonathan Wiggins is a Christ follower who loves his wife, his family and his community of friends. Jonathan speaks, writes and mentors leaders. He is the lead pastor of Rez.church in Loveland, Colorado.
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