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  • by Mario Seiglie
A devastating epidemic is leaving a trail of broken hearts and broken dreams in its wake. What is this tragic outbreak? It’s the epidemic of disappearing fathers, who are sorely needed.
  • by Harmonie Donnerberg
Lack of a father can leave one with emotional trauma that can take a lifetime to heal from. Our heavenly Father knows our pain. Let's look at a few ways we can work through this complex topic of losing a father.
  • by Janet Treadway
Fathers deserve respect, and there are inspiring examples of men who sacrifice for their families to provide in difficult circumstances.
  • by Carolyn Prater
I had a problem to solve. I've had several really good father figures, but who should get the credit for being the best father to me? Was it my step-father that raised me? Or my blood father?
  • by Kelly Thurley
Do we give 100 percent in our everyday lives and relationships?
  • by Robert H Berendt
What does the Bible have to say about our relationship with our Heavenly Father?
  • by Manfred Fraund
The true land of promise lies yet ahead of us, not fully realized until Jesus Christ will once again come to earth as promised—only this time with the authority and power to replace the governments that dared to oppose the will of God. It will be a time of divine Providence for all mankind, free at last to worship and serve our Creator—free to fulfill our true destiny.
  • by Donald Ward
God places great and grave responsibility on the shoulders of the leadership. We must all share the responsibility for the condition of the world, our nation, our church, our families.
  • by Robin Webber
If you are having a hard time finding your moorings regarding this fatherhood thing and feel down and out, I've got some really good news for you.
  • by Michael Kelley
Father's Day is a time when we pause to show our appreciation to our physical fathers. Dads do a lot for their children, and in this we can see a reflection of the love of God for all mankind, the billions who will have the opportunity to become His children.
  • by Sharon VanSchuyver
We all have a bigger shadow to stand in. Is that a good or a bad thing?