268 | Developing Self-Control, Designing a Family Culture, and Prioritizing Connection with Your Kids (Danny Silk: Part 1)

March 9, 2023

The key to self-control is to pick the right target and say “yes” with all your heart. It sets you on the path to being the best man you can be. And when you’re in control of yourself, you can prioritize connection with your kids over intimidation and control. Key Takeaways Self-control isn’t saying “no”…

262 | Living for a Future Generation, Finding Spiritual Fathers, and Changing Attitudes from the Inside Out (Kris Vallotton)

January 26, 2023

Twenty years ago, Kris Vallotton had a vision about how his actions led to prosperity for his generations 100 years later. Since that day, he’s lived his life from the perspective of eternity. His revelations empower other parents to do the same. Key Takeaways You can affect your future generations that are yet to be…

260 | Learning How to Communicate Effectively While Finding Your Family’s Inner Peace (Jeremie Kubicek & Will Kubicek)

January 12, 2023

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways Take your dissatisfaction, increase your vision to create your next steps. Teach your children to be interested before interesting. KNOW your kids so you can LEAD your kids. When you’re over productive and under present you lose influence with those closest to you. Five…

255 | Launching an Intentional Discipleship Plan & Choosing to Climb Everyday Towards Joy (Brook Mosser: Part 2)

December 8, 2022

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways Connect with brothers who think differently than you. Surrounding our sons around the men who have impacted the way we live life. It’s not about failing, it’s about what you do after the fail. Get in touch with your own depravity: what you don’t…

251 | Bringing Play into Manhood, Fatherhood, and Marriage (Morgan Snyder: Part 2)

November 10, 2022

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways Wilderness is a necessity for every human being. Masculine heart was meant to risk. When the Son is ready, the Father appears. The hardest and gladdest thing in the world is to cry out, Father from a whole heart. dadAWESOME We’re on a mission…

246 | Deep Friendships, Spiritual Authority & Becoming a Dangerous Dad (Lowell Seashore)

October 6, 2022

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways Fathers have spiritual authority to protect their families. As a father, clean up your own sins. Talk about sexuality in your home. Men need friendships that have intimacy and vulnerability. God, He does things. dadAWESOME We’re on a mission to add LIFE to the…

240 | Raising Respectful Kids Through a Relationship of Trust and Love (John Odom)

August 25, 2022

Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Google Play TuneIn RSS Feed Key Takeaways Choose your wife well. We can do things differently than our parents, not out of spite, but desiring to want what Jesus wants. Bring real faith into your home and around your children. The Holy Spirit and your parenting should allow your children to…

231 | How One Decision Creates Legacy (Tim and Ryan Skoog Part1)

June 23, 2022

One of the greatest gifts that my parents and then my dad was able to give me was he wanted to expose me early on to the world, to the needs of the world, to the challenges of the world.” “….he did that by taking us to some of the most difficult places in the world.

230 | Resilience, Servanthood & Showing Up For Others (Jason Vallotton REPLAY)

June 16, 2022

“Servanthood is the way to the top. You will never outgrow serving…the more you have the more you’re required to give.”

229 | Becoming Wholehearted (Morgan Snyder REPLAY)

June 9, 2022

“God is very interested and motivated in the initiation of our children. It’s what makes Him come alive. He has their best interests in mind. And when I put down my agenda, I got curious. I got responsive. The path that my children have chosen and the God has chosen for them is not what I would have chosen in so many ways, but being a student and being attentive and participating has changed everything.”