Sometimes you need answers and you need them fast. It's ok. Here is where you can find some of the more frequently asked questions about being a biblical Dad.
Does the Bible really define the role of a Father?
Yes! Many verses directly teach us how to be a father while others show us through examples. For example, Deuteronomy 6:6-9 teaches that fathers need to diligently teaching their children the commands of God. Ephesians 6:4 tells us that fathers need to bring up their children with instruction and discipline. Read more in <<Link to full article -- 3 steps to becoming a biblical father>>
Raising the kids is Mom's job, right?
Nope. Ref 1 says xxx. Explain... <<Link to full article >>
How do I lead my family into a relationship with Christ?
Ref 1 xxx ref 2 yyy life story <<Link to full article>>
What's the point of memorizing scripture?
Ref 1 xxx ref 2 yyy life story <>
How can I help my child who has low self-esteem?
Teach them who God says they are...
I don't want to discipline my children. Why can't they just be themselves?
A father needs to discipline his children. It is in the discipline that he shows love. This is the model that God sets for us in Proverbs chapter 3 and Hebrews 12. Read more in <<Link to article -- A father disciplines those he loves>>