K – “King Me”: The Art of Fatherhood

By God’s grace and mercy great dads are made.

The Artistic Christian

King-Me

“The most decisive actions of our lives – I mean those that are likely to decide the whole course of our future – are, more often than not, unconsidered.” – Andre Gide

No class, book, or amount of good-intentioned advice can truly prepare you for the ups and downs of fatherhood.  When I jumped into parenting with both feet and adopted two children overnight, I dreamed of being “Super-Dad.”  It only took a few weeks of enduring unbelievable tantrums, cleaning up crazy amounts of vomit in the middle of the night, and wracking my brain to dream up ways of getting kids to eat that I realized I had a lot to learn.

While books may not prepare us completely, they can inspire us to do better – and that is exactly what Steve Farrar’s King Me offers for modern-day dads.  Using the kings from the Old Testament as examples…

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Jesus Christ is Lord. It is no longer I that liveth, but Christ that liveth in me. All Glory to His Name,
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