We need these three things these fatherhood principles the pause, the consideration, and we need guidance. We need to follow that guidance, not follow our own insights and strategies, especially when devastation. Don’t trust your own. I don’t want to trust my own insights and guidance when when it when it when loss or a change of plans caused me to be emotionally reactive. I want to pause. I want to consider and I want to follow God’s will lead God’s guidance.
“I think that all of us, as men have to put something in our calendar that scares the living daylights out of us”
Live simply so that others may simply live…. To inspire people to find their own adventure in life, something that will bring them joy while bringing others joy as well.
The measurement of a good father is not based upon the behavior and outcome of the children. The measurement of the good father is, does he reflect God, the father, and the character and the heart that all of his children would be in relationship with him at home.”
“You know, Martin Luther King said rioting, rioting comes as the voice of the unheard. And, you know, if your kids are trying to share with you and you’re not listening, you’re too busy. They’re rioting.”
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Have courage. Pray dangerous prayers. What kind of mission do I have for my life? Take risks. Fail often and early. Don’t be a critic. Be an encourager.
Malachi 4:6 – He will turn the hearts of the fathers toward their children and the hearts of children to their fathers.
“When I stop dreaming, when I stop allowing my heart to really dream about things that apart from God are impossible, I not longer kind of lean in, I begin to lean back. I don’t engage, I disengage. And I would say the greatest thing in the world you could do for your kids is to be a dreamer that’s pursuing what God has in your life.”