It may be hard to see it now, but the home and opportunities you give your kids really do chart a course for their future. Matthew West’s upbringing as a preacher’s kid shaped not only his character, but his work ethic and craft too.
Sometimes you can’t find a card that says everything you want to say. Sometimes in your closest relationships, you just have to speak from the heart. Matthew West talks about his relationship with one of his best friends, his dad Joe.
Life has its share of challenges, but there are so many good gifts to enjoy as well! Through their “Trim Healthy Mama” movement, Serene and Pearl are on a mission to help you discover those gifts.
One of the greatest gifts you can get in life is a new set of eyes. No, I’m not talking about laser surgery or glasses, but eyes that see the needs of others. Matthew West and his Dad, Joe share more than memories and a name.
When you walk in someone else’s shoes, you gain a perspective on the journey you wouldn’t have otherwise. Bart Millard from MercyMe and Amy Grant talk about their movie, “I Can Only Imagine” and it’s a story of redemption based on Bart’s relationship with his dad.
It’s been said that “there is nothing so strong as gentleness, and nothing so gentle as real strength.” That pretty much sums up being a parent. Joe Battaglia is the co-author of several books including “Father’s Say” with Joe Pellegrino. It highlights how a father’s words can shape his kids’ futures.
If I only do this, maybe then he’ll love me. We say that a lot with people. But when it comes to God, KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says quit worrying!
You know, over time, you realize just how smart dad actually is. Scott Hamilton has got some great insight into trying to make sense of the puzzle of life.
It’s easy to lose sight of what matters most. Michael Rakeman is one the founders and owners of Fellowship Home Loans. One of the things he likes best about his job are the people he meets and the stories he hears.
Powerful like a king and tender like a daddy are sometimes like dirty and clean. It’s hard to be both. But Steve Brown says that’s the good news.