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Wednesday, September 28 2016

Confusion is rampant around sexuality and what healthy relationship looks like. As men, we must accept responsibility for the status quo because we have been passive toward a scheme designed to distract us, destroy marriages and is now aggressively going after our kids. It is pornography. We have been charged as husbands to reflect the standard for healthy relationship in marriage. As dads, we are to pass it on by example to the next generation. This is a call to BATTLE, for dads to rebuke and purge this scheme for the sake of the next generation.

Facts about pornography:

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Wednesday, September 21 2016

He was playing golf on a Saturday morning again. It was business. On the 13th hole, already four hours into the round he was busted. Work required a good bit of travel and customer interaction but at that moment as a young father he realized that he was consistently compromising time with his family for the sake of his career.

Man can be selfish. Words like “competitive” or “driven” put a nice spin on it but on

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Wednesday, September 14 2016

A disciple is a follower who in turn has a following. A personal follower of Jesus the Christ was called a disciple and he in turn had a following as he carried forward all that had been learned from the Teacher. Dads are disciples. We typically follow our dad or father-figure’s example and carry forward what has been learned into our own fathering journey.

The difference between the original disciples and dads is on

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Wednesday, September 07 2016

It seems ironic that Labor Day is a holiday for most Americans. Labor Day was established as a federal holiday in 1894 to celebrate the work ethic of Americans across all industries and their contributions to the U.S. economy. And it gave workers a well-earned day off. Today there are nine federal holidays giving folks almost two weeks off in addition to vacation time. A person would think that job satisfaction would be at an all-time high. However, today over half of Americans, 52.3% are unhappy at work per the Conference Board, a New York-based research group. This compares to nearly two-thirds of Americans liking their job just three decades ago. Is Labor Day about celebrating good work ethic and contributions to the economy or just enjoying a 3-day weekend?

Labor days number 365 a year on the cattle ranch. Starting the on

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