Fatherhood Category

A Letter to Fathers…

To the Fathers… We see you. We get busy and distracted and we forget to let you know it, but we see you. We see the way you get up morning after morning and go to work to provide for our family. We see the way you sacrificially love and serve, putting the needs of […]

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A Father’s Thoughts on Father’s Day

The Third Sunday of June…Father’s Day. What really is the point of Father’s Day anyway? Is it just: The day when ugly ties and grill-tool sets make the perfect combo gift. That one day a year where men get to be selfish and feel good about it. That holiday when our wives and children use […]

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Game Seven

Fourteen years ago, Kara and I took a road trip out west when I graduated medical school. Currently, we are making a similar trip  with our girls. As we are traveling across the country, one thing that it seems every place has in common: sports. I’ve seen baseball diamonds in towns that didn’t even have […]

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What Your Husband Really Wants This Father’s Day

We were driving home from D.C. a few weeks ago, and I said something in passing to Casey that I appreciated about him. It wasn’t anything earth shattering or amazing…just a little something small and seemingly insignificant. I didn’t even know the girls were paying attention to our conversation when, all of a sudden, Ellie […]

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Giving Your Kids Jesus Part IV: Be Intentional

  We have talked about the importance of redefining what success looks like in our homes. We talked about how we can’t give what we don’t have — the journey of giving our kids Jesus begins with us! And, we’ve talked about the importance of bringing them along with us. The next couple of posts […]

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