As we pause to celebrate the many freedoms that we enjoy this July Fourth, may we too pause to reflect on how we serve our fellow man, and see freedom as the opportunity it is to not serve self, but one another, the way Jesus would, setting aside pride and embracing the real gospel of love.
We have the freedom to love because LOVE freed us.
“From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.”
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Popular culture is trying to convince us to downplay the roles of fathering in the lives of children. How often do you see fathers portrayed in a positive light on television, in movies, or any other kind of media? Fathers are often shown as dumb, crude, uninvolved, and/or absent in the lives of their children. And this plays out in the day-by-day as well.
So, what can you do to make your father, and/or the father of your children, feel special, cherished, and loved, not just on Father’s Day but every day?
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