He brought him home

I love the story that appeared on ESPN's website yesterday about UNC basketball player, Dexter Strickland. It illustrates Malachi 4:6, "And he will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers..." Here is an excerpt from the article: Seven years ago, a probationary judge was … Continue reading He brought him home

Are men qualified to teach their children?

I heard a seminary professor say last week, in a discussion on the family integrated church, that he is not sure that all men are qualified to teach their children the Bible. I guess I can thank God that I wasn't sipping a cup of coffee at that time because I probably would ┬áhave spewed … Continue reading Are men qualified to teach their children?

Eighteen men, three days, one goal

Eighteen men gathered in a St. Louis hotel for three days this week with no real agenda except to get to know each other and to hear what God is doing in each man and his ministry to the family. We came from 14 states and have more than 110 children and numerous grandchildren. The … Continue reading Eighteen men, three days, one goal

If you love Me, lead…

I was praying for someone this morning, that the Lord would bless him and his marriage, and that he would not be afraid to lead his wife. The thought that came into my mind as I was praying was "If you love Me, lead." That's a wonderful motivation for leading our families, men: because we … Continue reading If you love Me, lead…