“He will restore the hearts of the fathers to their children and the hearts of the children to their fathers, so that I will not come and smite the land with a curse.” Malachi 4:6
My main purpose in creating this website is to encourage Dads to be more Godly husbands, fathers and citizens.
I haven’t been writing a lot lately (as of 6.5.2015) because we just had our ninth child, and that combined with running a family, a business and simply being Dad has to at times take a priority over the ‘hobby’ that is this website. I would like to eventually start a podcast and post more regularly, but until I can get more time onto my plate and take a few things off of my plate, I am going to continue posting on an infrequent basis.
My goal is to establish an entire year’s worth of posts and podcasts before publishing so that I won’t promise what I know for certain I can’t keep.
Anyhow… thanks for stopping by. It has been really encouraging to me to see all of the visits and I want to be able to help you guys more. Thanks for your prayers for us.
Most Recent Post – (2/29/2016) The god of this Age
And now, for a serious note.
This post begins a series of posts of the types of things you will need to be aware of should a disaster strike your family or the world your family lives in, as well as helpful hints of things to keep in mind when the disaster strikes. We will begin a series of posts of things that you will want to make sure that you have ready before hand so that you are not floundering in the dark when the time comes to really shine. So, let’s get started – click this link to go to the page.
This topic concerns the frequently broached problem of home schooling, that of socialization. In this article, I will address a few of the key things that are seen as problems, what we have experienced, and how we deal with ‘socialization’ as a means of accomplishing God’s will for our lives and that of our children.
Try this: next time you think you may be wasting time in ‘chit-chat’ (meaningless conversation), turn the tables and start doing productive things while you are talking. Do things that seek to build strength and not dispel it.
One of my uncles committed suicide when I was young. He was a drunk. Drinking Alcohol can be a dangerous behavior.
This post describes the fallacy that many Christians are falling into these days concerning the drinking of beverages containing alcohol, addresses a variety of issues involved in current rationalization of drinking that our family has personally encountered, and calls us back to a standard that separates us from the world.
A Large Family Update (As of 5/24/2014)
Just wanted to say thanks to those of you who have been consistently reading the blog. Over the past few weeks, I have been living life! Like everyone else, but I have been absorbing and reflecting on all of the various experiences and think that I have some interesting posts to be coming up. ‘Stay tuned!’ as the announcers use to say (do they still?). In our household, we have been finishing up homeschooling for this school / calendar year (and will start up summer school soon enough). And, I am seeing more activity in my occupation (Architect), which is always good.