How do you lead your children so that they want to be faithful to God? Tim Alba shares the parenting epiphany that helped him to see that parenting was not about him, but about learning to be the parents his kids needed him to be. Tim says we need to begin by viewing our children from God's perspective with the goal of their holiness; knowing that it's holiness that ultimately leads to happiness. Join this insightful conversation on intentional parenting with Ken and Deb in the Morning.
One in four children in America grows up without a biological, step, or adoptive father in the home. This absence can leave children with a gaping hole that can have ongoing challenges. Father’s Day can also bring up painful memories for those that have had dads that were emotionally absent or hurtful. These father wounds can be carried into future relationships, including how we parent. Bob Reccord has had to work through father wounds in his life and he shares hope on ending this painful cycle.
Tim Alba is a financial executive and former executive pastor who lives to help families want what they need to be faithful. Tim's goal is to help you lead your kids to WANT to be faithful. In his new blog and book, Well Done, Mom & Dad!: How to Turn Good Intentions into Godly Legacies, Tim aims to prepare your family to hear “Well done” (Matthew 25:21) from both God & family. And if God says it, your kids will likely do the same one day.
Bob Reccord is the founder of Total Life Impact Ministries, Inc. and serves as Founder/Chairman. Bob’s previous roles include nine years as the founding president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s (SBC) North American Mission Board, overseeing 5000+ missionaries, one of the top three disaster relief entities in the country and a radio/TV network. Bob has authored nine books. He is an avid hunter, outdoorsman, and is one of Christian Sportsman’s Fellowship’s Master Sportsmen.