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The Hero Husband Hero Dad Podcast
A weekly podcast to encourage and challenge you as a husband and dad.
In this episode I share a recent message that I gave at Radiant Church during a relationship series. My focus in this message was about the importance of spouses having clear eyes when it comes to how they view their spouse.
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In this episode I talk about four key questions dads can be asking their kids to draw out their child’s heart.
Here are 4 questions every Dad should be asking their kids:
1. What was the best part of your day? .
2. What was the worst part of your day?
3. What’s your favorite memory of us?
4. What do you want to talk to God about?
These questions are powerful when you give yourself time to ask them and when you ask them with consistency. Be present with your kids and ask.
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In this episode I sit down with author and speaker, Lennon Noland to talk through some pro tips for taking our communication with our wives to the next level.
See Show Notes Below:
Set time aside for intentioinal connecting.
Connect with each other , not just the net. Proximity doesn’t always equal intimacy.
There must be Rules of Engagement (These are golden!)
Vocalize your affection. Don’t assume they know how you feel.
Find Lennon’s work here:
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In this episode we look at 5 principles that can help us recieve and process criticism well.
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2. Ask yourself this Question: “Is there ANY truth to what’s being shared?”
3. Make adjustments
4. Move Forward
5. Value the Relationship
Ephesians 6:5–8 (ESV)
5 Bondservants, obey your earthly masters with fear and trembling, with a sincere heart, as you would Christ, 6 not by the way of eye-service, as people-pleasers, but as bondservants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart, 7 rendering service with a good will as to the Lord and not to man, 8 knowing that whatever good anyone does, this he will receive back from the Lord, whether he is a bondservant or is free.
Here’s some time transcending truths for a Christian serving others in the home, workplace or church:
1. Obey those that are in leadership over you as you would Jesus. < Notice the period. (vs. 5)
2. Don’t just do a good job when people are watching or just to please people. Do your work from the heart!
3. Do everything as if you were doing it for God himself. (vs. 7)
We shouldn’t fear success, but we should fear our reaction to it. It is well known that we readily put our complete dependance on God in the valley. It’s on the mountain top, in the warmth of the sun that the temptation to become strong in our own eyes and pull away from God is very real. We can quickly forget who brought us to the dance and leave with another….ourselves.
To overcome this we must cling to the Lord every day in his word and in prayer. True, this thought is unoriginal, but we only need to look at the boneyard of those that have shipwrecked their faith to know He is our only hope.