America is in the middle of a fathering crisis. Some are even calling the United States “Fatherless America.” Consider the following facts:In America, 2022 data indicates there are approximately 18.3 million children who live without a father in the home, comprising about 1 in 4 US children.About 80% of single-parent homes[…]
Source - Denison Forum https://www.denisonforum.org/biblical-living/podcast/biblical-manhood-toxic-war-on-masculinity-nancy-pearcey/Nancy Pearcey joins Dr. Mark Turman to discuss the rise of secular masculinity, what makes a “good” man versus a “real” man, how Christianity makes men less misogynistic, not more, why young men are struggling, and how Christians can reclaim manhood.Nancy Pearcey discusses why she wanted to[…]
How Rejecting Biblical Masculinity Turns Men From Protectors To PredatorsPull Quote: "Men everywhere seem to experience tension between what they themselves define as good men and the way the surrounding culture pressures them to be real men."When the American Psychological Association (APA) issued its first-ever guidelines for counseling men and[…]
Should We Call God Mother? by Denny BurkA Review of Amy Peeler’s book: Women and the Gender of GodFeminist theologians have long wrestled with the question of God’s gender. In particular, they have chafed against naming God as “Father” and even against Jesus’ incarnation in a male body. As Mary Daly famously[…]
We Call Him "Father" The Privilege of Christian PrayerBy: Jon Bloom (@Bloom_Jon)If you primarily think of God as your Father, and if you usually address God as Father when you pray, you have Jesus to thank. For prior to Jesus, no one — not in Judaism or in any other religious tradition —[…]
More young men are becoming nurses due to the higher pay and career benefits. My wife Pam is a Neo-Natal Nurse Practitioner and our daughter Lauren is a Neo-Natal Nurse. Nursing is a difficult yet highly rewarding calling. There is a huge nursing shortage in the United States. The story is[…]
See study here ‘Life Without Father’: Less College, Less Work, and More Prison for Young Men Growing Up Without Their Biological Fatherby W. Bradford Wilcox, @BRADWILCOXIFS Wendy Wang, @WENDYRWANG Alysse ElHage, @ALYSSEELHAGE
Dr. Paul Pettit writes a blog entitled "Fathers who want to make a lasting difference by leaving a positive legacy." This blog can be a great resource for dads who are looking to do just that. Check out the blog today!
Dear Dr. Pettit: We just want to thank you for being such an important part of our Kingdom Agenda Conference. Your lesson was timely, and your presentation was priceless.
For His Kingdom, Tony Evans
Thank you for speaking at our Love of a Lifetime marriage seminar. I know the couples were greatly encouraged by your sessions. We appreciated your stories and humor. Hope to catch up with you again soon.
Bill Stewart, Journey Church in Ft. Worth, TX.
Thanks again to both you and your wife for joining us here in Sacramento this past weekend. I do believe that both our youth and adults were encouraged and challenged. Thank you for your ministry to our youth, parents, and the English congregation.
Ted Pricskett Chinese Grace Bible Church Sacramento, CA
Thank you so much for being our guest on Book Talk. I just love your book. It is almost impossible to find Christian books for new fathers and yours is so well organized and so practical. Thanks again for making the time to be with us. It was a joy to have you and I know you blessed our listeners.
Thank you for sharing your wisdom with us last weekend. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed your lessons. I feel like the studies you have done on families is very beneficial and relevant to our campers. Thank you for being a part of our weekend.
Marble Falls, TX
Thank you so much for your work last weekend with our Fathers and Sons. I enjoyed getting to meet you and would enjoy having you back in the future.
New Life Ranch
Thank you for presenting your workshop at our annual conference. Your session, The Impact of Father Involvement on School-Age Children, was well received by our participants and the session evaluations reveal positive feedback regarding how our schools are going to use the session information to improve instruction.
Mrs. Dana Denny
Anne Arundel County Public Schools