This call to active fatherhood isn’t about a specific program or community; it’s about redefining our roles.
By infusing the lives of boys with faith, character growth, and leadership, we not only prepare them to confront the challenges of the present but empower them to shape the future.
However, I often wonder: In all our efforts to manufacture the “ideal” Christmas, do we too often leave out the Creator?
Tragically, a boy’s needs are being treated as if they are some social disease that can be starved out of existence.
In a world void of strong courageous heroes and sterilized of risk, boys are disappearing into fantasy. Superheroes replace real-life role-models and virtual video games become substitutes for real-life challenges.
Pastors and ministry leaders: Raise your hand if college or seminary prepared you for protecting children from abuse, religious liberty battles or the culture war over gender and sexuality.
If you’re a parent of boys, you know that keeping them pent up inside the house for long periods is like trying to keep a kangaroo in a box.