Tag Archives: Fathers’ Day

Time Well-Spent

A certain man often referred to a special day in his childhood when his father took him fishing. The day was fixed in his adult mind, and he often reflected upon many of the things his father had taught him … Continue reading

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Choose the Good Path

A man and his son were climbing a mountain. They came to a place where the climbing became quite difficult, to the point of being dangerous. Any misstep at this point could spell disaster. The father stopped to consider which … Continue reading

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The Agony of Fatherhood

A young father-to-be was pacing back and forth, wringing his hands in the hospital corridor while his wife was in labor. He was tied up in knots of fear and anxiety, and beads of perspiration dropping from his brow revealed … Continue reading

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Definition of a Father

A father is a thing that is forced to endure childbirth, without an anesthetic. A father is a thing that growls when it feels good—and laughs when it’s scared half to death. A father never feels entirely worthy of the … Continue reading

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Fathers’ Day Challenge

Calling all Dads! God wants you to be the best father you can possibly be. How do you achieve that? Here is some godly advice. First, “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up … Continue reading

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