Three Pitfalls Every Dad Should Avoid – Part 3

Three Pitfalls Every Dad Should Avoid – Part 3

Three Pitfalls Every Dad Should Avoid: (Part 3) How To Talk to Your Kids About Sexuality (Click here to read Part 1 and Part 2.) Talking about sexuality with our kids can be very challenging. For this blog, I’m not speaking about “the birds and the bees” or a how to...
How To Honor Christmas All The Year

How To Honor Christmas All The Year

“I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.” – Charles Dickens What better way to “honor Christmas” than to play Christmas music year round? OCD… Yes! I have it, and I am proud of it. Obsessive Christmas...
Accountability to Overcome

Accountability to Overcome

Before accountability can happen, there must be openness. We need to understand each other’s weaknesses and vulnerable areas. This involves confessing all hidden sins to our wives and having a broken heart that desires change. Then we must humble ourselves and...
New Testimonies +Videos

New Testimonies +Videos

While on a trip with my family, I got on the internet in the lobby of the hotel and found an escort. I left my wife at the hotel and went and met the prostitute. Months later, this prostitute and her pimp tracked me down and showed up at my home on my doorstep. I was...
Go Ye Therefore…

Go Ye Therefore…

Go Ye Therefore… Before Jenny and I married in 1988, we spent several years as missionaries with Youth With A Mission. Our wedding had a missionary theme with “Go you there­fore into all the world…” on the cake decorated as the world, and an open Bible and...
How Could We Miss That?

How Could We Miss That?

November 18, 2012 started out like any other day. It was a Sunday morning, so we loaded the girls in the van and drove to our church. The boys were not with us because they were attending a weekend retreat. After church, we had lunch, made a few counseling calls, and...
Freedom From Bondage (Paul’s testimony)

Freedom From Bondage (Paul’s testimony)

Freedom From Bondage  Growing up, I had the typical “Leave It to Beaver” family. Mom stayed at home and made sure dinner was on the table at 5:30 when Dad walked through the door. I had one brother, one sister, and everything I could ask for—loving parents, a warm...

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