The relationship between a father and his daughter will have a lasting impact. Join Dawn and Steve Mornings for an informative conversation about a father's essential God-given role based on an article by Danny Huerta titled "13 Lessons Dads Can Teach Their Daughters."
We all long to be loved. Bestselling author, Jared C. Wilson, suggests that not only do we want to be loved, but loved anyway. We long for an unconditional love that we know deep down we don't deserve. Jared has written the book Love Me Anyway and reminds us that this love actually exists!
Jared is assistant professor of pastoral ministry at Spurgeon College, author in residence at Midwestern Seminary, and director of the pastoral training center at Liberty Baptist Church, all in Kansas City, Missouri. He is the author of numerous books, including The Imperfect Disciple, The Prodigal Church (which won World Magazine’s Accessible Theology Book of the Year), and The Gospel According to Satan. He is the host of the For The Church podcast and cohost of Christianity Today’s The Art of Pastoring podcast. Jared also blogs regularly at The Gospel Coalition and the For The Church websites, and he speaks at numerous churches and conferences around the world.
As parents, how can we steward our child's gifts toward a fruitful life? Bill Hendricks and Bev Hendricks Godby are guests on Dawn and Steve Mornings to discuss their "user's manual" for parents titled So How Do I Parent THIS Child?: Discovering the Wisdom and the Wonder of Who Your Child Was Meant to Be.
Bev Godby is a senior associate and change management coach at The Giftedness Center in Dallas, Texas. She focuses on graduating students and women who are navigating challenging life transitions. She feels called to the role of an educator, teaching others about giftedness to help them find fulfilling lives. She serves as a consultant to schools and nonprofit organizations, and speaks and writes often on these topics. Bev holds degrees from Wheaton College and The University of Texas at Dallas. She is married to Dr. Dale Godby, with whom she has three married daughters and six grandchildren.
Bill Hendricks is Co-Founder and President of Global Centre for Giftedness, which seeks to mobilize a worldwide movement of Giftedness Guides -- people who know how to help others discover their giftedness and then apply those insights to the major areas of their lives. This is an outgrowth of his longtime consulting practice, the Giftedness Center, which helps individuals think through strategic life and career decisions. In addition, Bill serves as the Executive Director for Christian Leadership at The Hendricks Center, a leadership development initiative of Dallas Theological Seminary. He holds degrees from Harvard University, Boston University, and Dallas Theological Seminary, and is currently a doctoral student at Bakke Graduate University. He is married to Lynn Turpin Hendricks and is the father of three accomplished daughters.