But, I also have the end in mind. Stephen Covey is famous for coining this phrase. I’ve thought quite a bit about the man I want my son to become. I’ve written it down and I refer to it every few months. This is my guide and supports me when I hit a wall or question my methods. I won’t always be right, but at least I have a plan.
In all things, do what you say you’re going to do and hold yourself to the principles you’ve lined out for your life. This is a crucial concept in your journey to becoming a father that will raise strong sons. If you’re not strong, they likely won’t be either.
Does it really make sense to look at King David and King Solomon as a model to raise our sons?
For one reason or another, you’ve found your way to this site. That tells me something. Generally, people who don’t care either aren’t searching for it or aren’t willing to spend a few minutes reading about it. One thing that I can promise you, I won’t sugar coat things. I’ll do my best to beContinue reading “Don’t be a Crappy Father”
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