Tag Archives: fatherhood

Child of Clay

Last month, before Mother’s Day, I posted my thoughts on the importance of a good father for the family to be healthy and contributing to society. What is a good father? What does he look like? How does he behave? The … Continue reading

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Four Pillars Of A Man’s Heart (book)

When I more deeply gave my life to the Lord, I was in my twenties and started attending a Bible-based church. And since I was not married at the time, I also became a member of the singles group of that church. … Continue reading

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The Living Years

In my previous blog post, Ragamuffin, I discussed how the father of renown, contemporary, Christian music singer, Rich Mullins, was never able to communicate verbally his love for Rich. Apparently there was a significant difference of outlook toward life between … Continue reading

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Courageous – The Movie

My wife and I recently went to a movie night at the Crossroads Community Church, the movie featured was Courageous.  This film is about four police officers that work in the city of Albany, NY. They know their jobs in … Continue reading

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