Each week will have an honest story from our journey as men, curated content from outside sources, and "bonus content" that will make you laugh.
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The 6-8 pm gauntlet begins with dinner in our house. I hope these times around the table are filled with connection and rich conversation. I picture my youngest asking his sisters where Christ’s resurrection intersected their day. I envision my daughters asking my wife how they can embody Godly femininity. I realize these expectations might be somewhat misguided when my 7, 5, and 3 year old kids instead debate whether they’d rather smell a fart or be congested.
Fathering My Parents
I knew it wasn't good when the phone rang at 2 a.m.
My Unexpected Need
I don’t think of myself as a needy guy. I definitely need certain things like food and water. I also have what I think about as secondary needs like my morning espresso and journaling time, exercise and possibly vegetables, but where does friendship fall?