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ACTIVATING DADS TO LEAD WITH WONDER Walking with dads as they lead and love their kids toward God's awesomeness. We're on a mission to see dads fully alive and fully activated in their roles—leading with wonder to build intentional connection with their kids while experiencing God's awesomeness together. We partner with dads at every stage of the journey by providing practical fatherhood resources to catalyze connection with their kids, and also with other dads.

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ACTIVATING DADS TO LEAD WITH WONDER Walking with dads as they lead and love their kids toward God's awesomeness. We're on a mission to see dads fully alive and fully activated in their roles—leading with wonder to build intentional connection with their kids while experiencing God's awesomeness together. We partner with dads at every stage of the journey by providing practical fatherhood resources to catalyze connection with their kids, and also with other dads.

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331 | Fighting Shadows, Leveraging Your Season, and Asking Curious Questions (Jon Tyson)

5/23/2024
Jon Tyson is back for the third time! In this episode, he uncovers the seven lies that hold men back from becoming fully alive. You'll discover the strategies Satan uses to keep you distracted and passive, and you'll be inspired to embrace your current season and ask curious questions for the sake of others. Key Takeaways Jon Tyson Originally from Adelaide, Australia, Jon Tyson is a pastor and author based in New York City. He is the author of "Fighting Shadows" and the bestselling books "The Intentional Father" and "Beautiful Resistance." Jon has been married to Christy for twenty-five years and has two adult children. Key Quotes 10:40 - "I always tell people, my vision is intentionality, it's not perfection. No one is perfect. In fact, the perfect fathers are often the ones that damaged their kids through such high expectations. It's just do your best, live in love, be honest with your struggles and get help. Rely on the community of men to help raise your kids. Ancient societies were not primarily just father-son societies. They were the community of men playing a vital role. It was the tribe that helped formed men, not just this psychotic pressure on an individual father." 19:23 - "I know everybody tells you this, be careful when you kill time, it has no resurrection. You can waste time. You can kill time. Waste time. Use time. Invest time. Redeem time. Or leverage time. And a lot of God, that's Ephesians 5, make the most of the time. That's not the word kross is the word kairos, which means you were in a season right now, that must be leveraged that you will never get again. It's not the same in every season. So I'm not advocating a kind of guilt where every, like, if every spare moment should be in prayer. That's, that's death. That's the law. I'm advocating, I'm advocating an awareness of your season. The things that need to be harvested now or they rot. Or seed now, or you missed the window to sow. Or enjoyed now or it's gone. How do you really figure what that is in that season and leverage it? Make the most because the days are evil. So yeah, it's about really trying to leverage the season more than anything else. First you got to know what it is, but when you know what it is going to be aware and go after it." Links from Today’s Conversation Apply to join the Summer 2024 DadAwesome Accelerator Cohort: Email awesome@dadawesome.org to learn more 147 | Jon Tyson on Intentional Fatherhood & Creating the Primal Path187 | Jon Tyson on Skillful Manhood, Capturing First Moments & The Intentional FatherFighting Shadows: Overcoming 7 Lies That Keep Men From Becoming Fully Alive by Jon Tyson and Jefferson BethkeThe Intentional Father: A Practical Guide to Raise Sons of Courage and Character by Jon TysonPrimal Path: A Discipleship Program for Fathers & SonsAwaken Network PodcastSign up for Jon’s Newsletter Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:46:59

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330 | Restoring Brotherhood, Facing Fears, and the 7 Dragons Every Man Must Slay (Danny Silk: Part 2)

5/16/2024
In the second half of this conversation, Danny Silk shares the seven “dragons,” or fears, that all men must slay. From confronting self-doubt to navigating competition among other men, Danny explores what holds most men back and how you can take immediate action. Plus, you’ll discover the importance of community and brotherhood in your journey to becoming a dragon slayer. Key Takeaways Danny Silk Danny Silk is a renowned speaker and prolific author who draws on decades of experience as a counselor, social worker, husband, parent, grandparent, and more. He is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose, a ministry to families and communities worldwide. Key Quotes 14:49 - "."18:14 - Links from Today’s Conversation Apply to join the Summer 2024 DadAwesome Accelerator Cohort: Email awesome@dadawesome.org to learn more The Way of the Dragon Slayer by Danny Silk Dragon Slayers Podcast Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:26:45

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329 | Slaying Your Dragons, Setting the Standard, and Carrying Weight Like a Truck (Danny Silk: Part 1)

5/9/2024
In this eye-opening episode, Danny Silk discusses the seven key traits that make up the creed of manhood. You’ll be inspired to rise above cultural influences and become a dragon slayer instead of a destroyer. Ultimately, you’ll discover how to use your strength to protect, display Christ, and lead boldly. Key Takeaways Danny Silk Danny Silk is a renowned speaker and prolific author who draws on decades of experience as a counselor, social worker, husband, parent, grandparent, and more. He is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose, a ministry to families and communities worldwide. Key Quotes 6:28 - "14:24 - Links from Today’s Conversation Get a discount at the DadAwesome Store with Code: MOMAWESOMEApply to join the Summer 2024 DadAwesome Accelerator Cohort: Email awesome@dadawesome.org to learn more The Way of the Dragon Slayer by Danny Silk Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:29:07

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328 | Preparing Like a Warrior, Transferring Manhood with Rituals, and Staying Energized (Stephen Mansfield)

5/2/2024
Stephen Mansfield joins us in this episode to ignite your warrior mindset. As a man of God, you have a responsibility to prepare intentionally in every aspect of life, from your marriage to parenting and beyond. Stephen shares powerful examples of rituals, accountability, and prayers that can shape your life and future generations with purpose. Key Takeaways Stephen Mansfield Stephen Mansfield is a New York Times bestselling author, entrepreneur, and popular speaker committed to serving vital social causes. He and his wife, Beverly, split their time between Nashville, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C. Key Quotes 7:42 -18:12 - Links from Today’s Conversation Get 20% off the DadAwesome Store with Code: MOMAWESOMEApply to join the Summer 2024 DadAwesome Accelerator Cohort: Email awesome@dadawesome.org to learn more Men on Fire by Stephen MansfieldStephen Mansfield’s Podcast Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:31:33

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327 | The Science of the Brain, Emotionally-Focused Parenting, and Creating Moments of Intimacy (Kyle Wester)

4/25/2024
Kyle Wester joins us to unpack the science of your kid’s brain—from birth to adulthood. You’ll discover how connection shapes their emotional development and why sincere apologies pave the way for deeper intimacy in your relationship. Key Takeaways Kyle Wester Kyle Wester is a licensed professional counselor and Parenting Coach who has been working with children for over 20 years. Kyle and his wife, Sarah, are founders of Parenting Legacy and host The Art of Raising Humans podcast. They have been married for 22 years and have three children. Key Quotes 6:28 -."9:31 -26:02 - Links from Today’s Conversation Get 15% off the DadAwesome Store During the Mother’s Day SaleParenting Legacy Counseling & CoachingEmail Kyle Wester at kyle@artofraisinghumans.comThe Art of Raising Humans PodcastThe Aro Podcast257 | When you Change Your Relationship with the Phone, You Change Your Relationship with Everyone Around You, Including Yourself (Joey Odom)Anatomy of the Soul by Curt ThompsonSacred Parenting by Gary Thomas Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child by John Gottman No-Drama Discipline by Daniel SiegelParenting from the Inside Out by Daniel SiegelThe Whole-Brain Child by Daniel SiegelPlayful Parenting by Lawrence CohenThe Opposite of Worry by Lawrence Cohen Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:44:36

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326 | Establishing Men's Ministries, Living Life to the Full, and Connecting Through Adventure (Tim Lukei)

4/18/2024
In John 10:10, Jesus says that He came so we may have life to the full. This verse guides Tim Lukei’s work as a men's pastor and non-profit leader. Listen in as Tim lists practical tips for building a vibrant men's community. Plus, he describes why adventure matters for your heart, marriage, and family. Key Takeaways Tim Lukei Tim Lukei is the Men's Pastor of Mariners Church in Irvine, California. He also runs Maverick River Collective, which equips churches to establish sustainable, transformational men's ministries. Tim and his wife, Korrie, have been married since 2006 and have three children. Key Quotes 6:29 - "16:18 -" Links from Today’s Conversation Get 15% off the DadAwesome Store During the Mother’s Day Sale (use code: MOMAWESOME)Maverick River Collective Conversations in the Wild Podcast Men of Mariners — Mariners ChurchPlay the Man by Mark BattersonDraw the Circle by Mark BattersonBecoming a King by Morgan SnyderResilient by John Eldredge Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:42:05

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325 | Discovering Your Child's Purpose, Nurturing Independence, and Prophesying Over Them (Dean Deguara)

4/11/2024
In this episode, Dean Deguara reflects on how he identified his children's purpose through prayer and prophecy. He details the practical ways he and his wife raised their kids to be resilient and bold, from bedtime prayers to meaningful car ride conversations and more. Key Takeaways Dean Deguara Dean Deguara is the lead pastor of Real Life Church in Sacramento, California. He and his wife, Amy, have been married for 30 years and have two adult children. Key Quotes 16:56 -"26:16 -" Links from Today’s Conversation Get 15% off the DadAwesome Store During the Mother’s Day SaleDetours: The Unpredictable Path to Your Destiny by Tony EvansReal Life Church Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:34:28

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324 | Calling Out Your Child Through Ceremonies, Rites of Passage, and Spoken Blessings (Michael Warren: Part 2)

4/4/2024
One day, your child will transition into a young adult. Fathers play an essential role in recognizing those moments through ceremony and celebration. In the second half of this conversation, Michael Warren explores how dads can support their children by welcoming them into a larger community and fostering a sense of belonging. Key Takeaways Michael Warren Michael Warren is a dad of four who is passionate about equipping fathers to lead their sons into REAL masculinity. He lives in Anchorage, Alaska, where he facilitates the Alaska Knights program at ChangePoint. Key Quotes 4:31 -"20:26 -" Links from Today’s Conversation DadAwesome Activation Events Host an Event in Your Area: Contact Us Alaska Knights: Raising a Modern Day Knight Raising a Modern-Day Knight: A Father's Role in Guiding His Son to Authentic Manhood by Robert Lewis Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:27:48

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323 | Guiding Sons into Manhood, Defining Masculinity, And Four Principles of a REAL Man (Michael Warren: Part 1)

3/28/2024
Michael Warren is passionate about equipping fathers and mentors to guide young boys into manhood. His goal is to facilitate adventure moments that give sons an answer to the question, “When did I become a man?” In part one of this conversation, Michael describes how dads can define and model the timeless principles of manhood to their kids. Key Takeaways Michael Warren Michael Warren is a dad of four who is passionate about equipping fathers to lead their sons into REAL masculinity. He lives in Anchorage, Alaska, where he facilitates the Alaska Knights program at ChangePoint. Key Quotes 17:38 -"20:54 - Links from Today’s Conversation Spring 2024 DadAwesome Accelerator Group: Email awesome@dadawesome.org to learn more Raising a Modern-Day Knight: A Father's Role in Guiding His Son to Authentic Manhood by Robert Lewis215 | Creating Ceremonies, Building Life-Changing Committed Friendships & Raising Modern Day Knights (Robert Lewis) Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:27:37

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322 | Viewing Fatherhood as an Adventure, Owning Your Stuff, and Getting Unstuck (Ian Smith)

3/21/2024
Ian Smith joins us in this episode with passionate ideas to help dads enjoy fatherhood more. He shares his habits of looking for adventure in the challenge, asking hard questions, and taking ownership of mistakes. His energetic spirit will help you reframe your perspective on parenting so you can show up with renewed purpose. Key Takeaways Ian Smith Ian Smith is an entrepreneur, former pastor, coach, and mentor living in Winnipeg, Canada. He has been married to his wife for 25 years and has six children. Ian is passionate about helping others go from feeling frustrated and apathetic in their faith to seeing real, lasting change in their lives. Key Quotes 24:11 "35:50 - Links from Today’s Conversation Spring 2024 DadAwesome Accelerator Group: Email awesome@dadawesome.org to learn moreHero CollectiveSpiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship: Your Destiny Awaits You by Jack Frost Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:49:16

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321 | Inviting God Into Your Pain, Cleaning Up Messes, and Living with Peace (Jeremy Morris: Part 2)

3/14/2024
Our conversation with Jeremy Morris continues as he shares insight on healing unprocessed pain, rebuilding relationships, and cultivating peace. Jeremy's healing journey wasn't quick or easy, but through his experiences, you'll see God's faithfulness in restoring his family. Key Takeaways Jeremy Morris Jeremy Morris is a husband and father of four living in Boise, Idaho. He co-founded Wild Courage, a ministry that equips men to tell the stories born in the redemption of lives and souls. In his free time, Jeremy enjoys coaching football, camping with his family, and managing his ranch. Key Quotes 12:37 -"23:11 - Links from Today’s Conversation Spring 2024 DadAwesome Accelerator Group: Email awesome@dadawesome.org to learn moreWild CourageThe Wild Courage Podcast Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:45:53

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320 | Overcoming Addiction, Discovering Wild Courage, and the Power of Testimony (Jeremy Morris: Part 1)

3/7/2024
Shame holds back many men from sharing their stories of redemption. Jeremy Morris once felt this. But he learned that the key to unlocking healing is to have the courage to be seen. In this episode, Jeremy shares his unfiltered testimony and demonstrates the power of vulnerability and wild courage. Key Takeaways Jeremy Morris Jeremy Morris is a husband and father of four living in Boise, Idaho. He co-founded Wild Courage, a ministry that equips men to tell the stories born in the redemption of lives and souls. In his free time, Jeremy enjoys coaching football, camping with his family, and managing his ranch. Key Quotes 10:07 -36:23 -" Links from Today’s Conversation Learn More About the DadAwesome Accelerator Group: Email awesome@dadawesome.org Wild CourageThe Wild Courage Podcast Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:51:16

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319 | Expressing Love, Thriving as Yourself, and Advancing Fatherless Young Men (Chad Wallen)

2/29/2024
Chad Wallen helps teach fatherless young men practical tools that their dad could have taught them if he had been involved in their lives. It’s an active way of fighting against harrowing statistics and intervening in tangible, practical ways. Join us as Chad shares his thoughts on self-care, words of affirmation, and mentoring the next generation. Key Takeaways Chad Wallen Chad Wallen is a loving husband, foster parent, and dad to three girls and a son. He helped start Advance Camp in Oregon because he has such a huge heart for the fatherless. Now, Chad Wallen lives in the Dallas area and directs Advance Camp Texas. Key Quotes 7:42 -"17:52 - Links from Today’s Conversation Advance Camp USA Learn More About the DadAwesome Accelerator Group: Email awesome@dadawesome.org Top 5 Podcast Moments of 2023 | Year in Review — The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:46:17

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318 | Choosing Connection, Using Your Hands for Love, and Creating a Fatherhood Vision (Zack Blair)

2/22/2024
For Zack Blair, walking in unconditional love is the foundation of joyful fatherhood. In this episode, he shares personal experiences and practical examples to show why connecting with your kids matters more than trying to be perfect. And ultimately, how it leads to a parenting approach grounded in thankfulness and love. Key Takeaways Zack Blair Zack Blair is an author and the founding pastor of Hill City Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Lauren, have been married for 17 years, have three children, and are foster parents. Key Quotes 35:00 - "An apology, it goes so far with [your children]., Hey, dad's imperfect, but he's trying, and he's taking ownership in the areas that that he missed it. I tell my kids, I'm not going to be a perfect father. I'm going to do some things great. You're going to look back and you're going to say, man, that wasn't so great. Whatever we did great, carry it on. But whatever we didn't do great, fix it and keep on getting better." 39:53 - "When you hold your child and you look at them and you feel the pain of, maybe I didn't receive this or I don't know that I received that unconditional love. In every man where we look back on our life with regret, that's an area that if we dig deep and we we allow the Lord to heal and we open up to the right people, that will change our family's trajectory forever. A lot of guys will get stuck in the normal things that society talks about to distract us, but there's a part of us that's unhealed. If we can focus on that part and with kindness and curiosity, just go there and ask the Lord, Lord, when did I accept this lie? Or when did I develop this belief about myself? Or when did I experience this pain and God where were You in those moments? Even with help through counseling and and pastoral guidance, even when the Lord heals that it'll change everything and you will be set free to be the dad that you really want to be. So go there. Be brave enough to go there." Links from Today’s Conversation Learn More About the DadAwesome Accelerator Group The Father Code: Codes of a Connected Father by Zack BlairFollow Zack Blair on Instagram The Father Code YouTube Playlist Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:44:19

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317 | Memorizing Scripture, Cultivating Tenderness, and Intentional Parenting (Phil Comer)

2/15/2024
Phil Comer wasn’t raised with a faith background. So when his first son was born, he knew he had to get radically intentional if he was going to raise children who walk with God. In this episode, Phil shares the habits that helped him develop his newfound faith as a young father and launch his grown children into the world with success. Key Takeaways Phil Comer Phil Comer is a husband, father, and grandfather with 40 years of pastoral and counseling experience. After planting a church in 2004, Phil and his wife, Diane, went on to launch Intentional Parents International. The ministry focuses on equipping young parents and providing focused teaching in the spiritual training of children. Key Quotes 25:57 -"38:02 - Links from Today’s Conversation 160 | Raising Passionate Jesus Followers (Phil Comer & Brook Mosser)Intentional Parents International A Practical Guide to Memorizing Scripture Together Raising Passionate Jesus Followers: The Power of Intentional Parenting by Phil & Diane ComerThe Intentional Parents Podcast Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:42:42

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316 | Living Wholeheartedly, Honoring Your Wife’s Emotions, and Connecting Amid Dysregulation (Jay Vallotton)

2/8/2024
For Jay Vallotton, the turning point in his marriage was learning to connect with his wife through her emotions rather than trying to fix them. Now, Jason urges men to reconsider their approach to emotions, both in marriage and parenting. Tune in as he shares practical advice for repairing mistakes, handling dysregulation in a child, and approaching conversations with the end in mind. Key Takeaways Jay Vallotton Jay Vallotton is the founder of BraveCo, a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Bethel Church, and an overseer of the Bethel Transformation Center. He is passionate about helping people discover their God-given identity, find freedom, and walk out their true calling. Jason lives in Redding, California, with his wife, Lauren, and their five kids and daughter-in-law. Key Quotes 3:48 -17:05 -" Links from Today’s Conversation BraveCoBraveCo Conference 2024 (Redding, California - June 12-14, 2024)131 | Winning The War Within (Jason Vallotton)145 | Resilience, Servanthood & Showing Up For Others (Jason Vallotton)Follow Jason on Instagram Dates, Mates and Babies with the Vallottons PodcastMake a Donation to DadAwesomeFATHERS FOR THE FATHERLESS Events Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:37:26

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315 | Being Abducted as a Family, Exchanging Fear for Love, and the Signs of False Identity (Jamie Winship: Part 2)

2/1/2024
Would you show love to a masked gunman who abducted you and your family? For Jamie Winship, the answer was yes. As he shares the details of this frightening experience, Jamie will inspire you to exchange fear for love as you seek God’s true identity for you. Key Takeaways Jamie Winship Jamie Winship is known for bringing peaceful solutions to some of the world’s highest conflict areas. His work in law enforcement and education led his family around the world, including South Asia and the Middle East. Jamie and his wife, Donna, are co-founders of Identity Exchange and have three adult sons. Key Quotes 11:26 -15:36 - Links from Today’s Conversation 314 | Tackling Fear in a War Zone, Modeling Courage, and Embracing Your True Identity (Jamie Winship: Part 1)Living Fearless: Exchanging the Lies of the World for the Liberating Truth of God by Jamie WinshipIdentity Exchange: Online Courses, Individual Coaching, and More Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:31:45

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314 | Tackling Fear in a War Zone, Modeling Courage, and Embracing Your True Identity (Jamie Winship: Part 1)

1/25/2024
Jamie Winship is no stranger to conflict. From working as a police officer to living in international war zones, he learned how to tackle fear with faith—and he modeled it for his children, too. In this episode, Jamie details some of the dangerous situations his family faced as they followed God’s calling. Plus, he’ll inspire you to hang onto joy, even when fear tries to swallow you whole. Key Takeaways Jamie Winship Jamie Winship is known for bringing peaceful solutions to some of the world’s highest conflict areas. His work in law enforcement and education led his family around the world, including South Asia and the Middle East. Jamie and his wife, Donna, are co-founders of Identity Exchange and have three adult sons. Key Quotes 20:13 - "21:34 - "."29:39 - " Links from Today’s Conversation DadAwesome StoreLiving Fearless: Exchanging the Lies of the World for the Liberating Truth of God by Jamie WinshipIdentity Exchange: Online Courses, Individual Coaching, and More Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:33:30

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313 | Becoming a Praying Dad, Seeking Friendship First, and Exchanging Wishes with God (Ryan Skoog)

1/18/2024
After studying the prayer lives of extraordinary leaders around the world, Ryan Skoogs began to identify patterns. These patterns shifted not only the heart and mind of the leader but also the culture around them—in their home, organization, and beyond. As the leader of your home, you must create a culture of prayer that starts with you. In this episode, Ryan shares the practical steps to do just that. Key Takeaways Ryan Skoog Ryan Skoog is an entrepreneur, ministry leader, author, world traveler, and adventure dad. He is co-founder and president of VENTURE, a church-planting and community development nonprofit that works in the toughest places of the world, serving war refugees, trafficked people, oppressed children, and the unreached. Key Quotes 30:06 -39:26 -" Links from Today’s Conversation Lead with Prayer: The Spiritual Habits of World-Changing Leaders by Ryan Skoog and others Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:49:39

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312 | Staying Wild, Carrying Only the Essentials, and Chasing After Life (Tim Bohlke)

1/11/2024
In the midst of a chaotic world, fathers need to know how to stay grounded, steady, and wild. Tim Bohlke brings years of wisdom and experience to equip dads to do just that. Through real-life examples and a spirit of encouragement, Tim unveils new ways to embrace joy, balance, and remembrance of what God has done. Key Takeaways Tim Bohlke Founder and director of Harbor Ministries, Tim Bohlke has spent three decades investing in leaders and helping forge a new path that will serve leaders, their families, and their organizations well. He is a husband, father, grandfather, author, coach, and more. Key Quotes 14:05 -29:27 - Links from Today’s Conversation 51 | Father Family Rhythms Part 1 (Tim Bohlke)81 | Adjust the Pace, Live w/ SELF-CONTROL & Hear God's Voice (Tim Bohlke)Stay. Wild. : An Invitation to Pursue God in Fully Disrupted World by Tim Bohlke Harbor MinistriesSPACE Podcast Connect with dadAWESOME Make a DonationPrayer Team

Duration:00:47:45