A great sermon from my church about Justice!
And they’ll know we are Christians by our breathless, intolerant rants. You may have seen this video by perpetually bearded, squinting, close-yelling, backward hat-wearing, Christian video guy Joshua Feuersetin or others from him. He’s now ubiquitous social media Christian culture. In this latest parking lot short film, Feuerstein once again rattles off some loud, raw-throated, WWE-style, machine gun pontificating; this time sermonizing about […]
I don’t want my son to become one of those guys that the moms complain about, whether in person or on whatever social media platform will exist in the future. I want to equip him with the best skills to succeed in this important area: being a dad.
How many times have you heard it? “God hates ___________” or “God doesn’t like ___________” I’ve even heard some people say things like “That really hurts me, and I KNOW it hurts God too!” It’s amazing to me how many times we project our own thoughts and feelings on God. The thing is, by doing […]
This book is stuffed with ideas and inspiration. Take your pick from loads of examples, advice and especially strategies that will be sure to kickstart your fatherhood. I disagreed with a couple of his suggestions, but there’s still much food for thought and action. Ten pack chapters cover many of the vital areas of fatherhood, […]
By Scott Keith – This past Friday night I was honored to present for the first time the content of my book, Being Dad. In an interesting sense of serendipity, I was asked to teach where I first began teaching, Faith Lutheran Church Capistrano Beach. Every month, Faith hosts a Men’s Movie Night. The evening is […]
Now or never. Imagine you’re in a roller coaster, crawling to the pinnacle of the ride. Seconds pass as you level off. You hang a hundred feet in the air. You are afraid to breathe as you wait for the fall. This particular roller coaster is bizarre. At the bottom
Shutterstock1. Feeling absent minded and just generally being “in your head” so much that often you forget to do the most basic life things. You often think you did things because you “did it in your head.” There’s a part of you that wishes you could just “hire someone” to do all the small, mundane…
attebery1. Re-define your ‘ideal partner’ not as who best complements the person you’d like to be, but who can love and live with the person you are now. Open yourself up to the odd but honest parts of you – you’re more likely to find a compatible partner and fulfilling relationship, both with someone else…
The outdoor equipment co-op REI sells gear for people to have fun, well, outdoors. That’s why it makes sense that they’ve started a campaign encouraging all of us to spend the day after Thanksgiving having fun outside. Oh, and they’re including store employees in that mandate: stores will be closed, and employees will have that […]