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Single Father, Not 'Other Parent'

Although we are able to enjoy memorable times with our kids, our ultimate job as fathers is to prepare them for adulthood.

Deflecting Holiday Hurts as a Single Parent

What is it about the holiday season that brings all our loneliness and hurts as single parents to the surface?

Lesser Time, Lesser Budget, Lesser Parent?

“Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” – Ephesians 6:4

What Do I Do When I’ve Been Unjustly Accused?

In times of being unreasonably indicted, God invites us to give the altercation to Him and then examine the hidden person of our hearts.

Gratitude Begets Joy

Since I want my life to be filled with deep joy, I must chase after deep gratitude on a consistent basis.

  • Elisabeth Klein |
  • November 07, 2013 |
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Zombies and Vampires and Ghosts, Oh, My!

This time of year, it’s nearly impossible not to see ghosts, witches, goblins, zombies, vampires in stores and neighborhoods.

The Good Fight of Parenting

Many fights are not worth fighting. The fight for your children, however? That one's worth it.

Church: Be Fishers of Men

If we are to fulfill the Great Commission when it comes to single fathers, it will mean getting messy.

Letting Go of Disappointment

What if other people saw my kid making poor choices? How will this poor decision reflect on my parenting?

Can Single Parents Be Missionaries?

I found that single parents seemed to be the only demographic considered ‘unfit’ for missionary work. But that didn't stop me.

How to Make Blended Families Work

God helped us discover how to combine our two homes. However, we found that a smooth blend requires five conditions.

  • Andrew Stenhouse |
  • September 26, 2013 |
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How To Mentor From Your Mess

As we experience God’s faithfulness in all circumstances, He wants us to share our Source of Strength with those on similar journeys.

  • Janet Thompson |
  • September 19, 2013 |
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Making Time for What Matters Most

“You will never find the time to spend with your children. You have to make time and plan for it. There is no other possible way.”

Modeling God's Redemption to Your Kids

Sadly, my kids have learned (though my divorce) that a family is more peaceful when marriage is not in the picture.

  • Elisabeth Klein |
  • September 05, 2013 |
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Split Parent Family Values

In split-parent family homes, it is troublesome when former spouses do not share the same values. How can children thrive?

The Perception of Single Fatherhood

Be encouraged that there are THOUSANDS of loving and willing fathers whose main focus is to stay involved in their kids' lives.

Jesus is Not My Boyfriend

Single parenting can be rough and lonely. And although Jesus is our Redeemer, we must still deal with heartache.

Co-Parenting with a Non-Believer

Even if you're not the full-time parent, your faithfulness in bringing your children up in Christ is solely your responsibility.

What to Remember When Your Life Feels Broken

I felt as if everything I touched had broken. There was a trail of broken things behind me—opportunities, aspirations and people

Vulnerable Single Parent Families Need the Church’s Protection

Children in single parent families statistically experience the highest rate of abuse and neglect. Can the church do anything about it?

  • Matt Haviland, Dawn Walker |
  • July 25, 2013 |
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