Father’s Day is coming, but it seems like Dad will get the short end of the stick. Mother’s Day is filled with ads reminding you to get flowers and buy presents! But dads get a silly card and a tie. (Though steak or burgers on the grillcounts for something.)
Dads don’t get nearly as much credit for parenting. But we all suffer the repercussions when men don’t do the job God has given them. Children from fatherless homes are more likely to commit suicide, run away, have behavior disorders, drop out of school, and end up in jail than children from homes where Dad was active.
So, dads, as we look ahead to this Sunday, know that we notice what you do. We are thankful because you
You have the power to change your world!
The Bible tells the story of how God reformed a misshaped world through Jesus. How you see yourself fitting into that story shapes you. And as you reach out to share that story, it can’t help but shape the world around you!
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