Find out what characteristics you can aspire to in order to be the best father you can be.
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Read about some great tips that can help in your personal walk with Christ every day.
Discover how you can bless your father this year, how you can reconcile with your past and build a strong future with your children.
Read about how one mans one weekend a year venture allows the enemy to rejoice.
Read about an up-and-coming Christian writers perspective on dating and marriage, and how those two subjects pertain to the Bible.
In an excerpt from his book Road to Redemption, read how Brad Mathias and his family learned how to listen to God.
Discover why its crucial for dads to embrace their role and to make memories with their children.
Find out how you can improve the communication between you and your wife, both verbal and non-verbal.
Discover why a little alone time is a necessary oasis for everyone, especially the overwhelmed in life.
Discover what FivestarMan Neil Kennedy says is the secret to keeping your skills sharp so that you can continue down a path of success.
Discover why taking your daughter for granted and a lack of affirmation now may be detrimental to herand to your relationship later.
Discover why chivalry is not dead, at least in the eyes of godly men.
Have you done a spiritual evaluation on yourself lately? Discover what you should ask yourself concerning your relationship with God.
Learn how a simple gesture brought one man to Christ and the impact it had on his life.
Whether he is a clown or serious, a jock or nerdy, learn how you can enjoy the dad God gave you.
If your desire is truly congruent with being like God, discover how a consistent prayer life can help you realize that.
Discover how one dad viewed a potentially life-depressing situation as a gift from heaven.
Discover how you can control your emotions instead of letting them control you.
It may be tough love, but discover some of the things that are keeping you from being the man you want to be.
Read about how Gods grace gives us the freedom to drop our mask, to be honest with ourselves and others, and to quit playing games.