Money Management for Kids

Josh The-DadMile Markers

Money. We live in a culture in which a vast majority struggle to properly manage money, so for parents in 21st Century America the very thought of trying to teach children how to be good … Read More

The Courage to be Ordinary

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Ordinary – that’s the title of a book by Michael Horton about “sustainable faith in a radical, restless world.” Horton speaks primarily of spiritual matters, but I think what he says applies to so much of … Read More

It Happened “On Accident”

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Betty Clendening was a force to be reckoned with and our son was experiencing the full extent of her indignation. The two of them stood in front of my desk – Mrs. Clendening with her … Read More

When Co-Parenting is Difficult

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Dr. Jennifer Baker — Founder & Director of Good Dads Our Good Dads podcast recently received feedback from a listener who wondered about how a dad could be engaged in his child’s life when the … Read More

Gaming Guidelines: Part 2

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Joel Hunter, School Counselor and Game Player In this blog, Joel continues to explain many helpful things about gaming which he began in last week’s blog. For a refresh or review, see the blog post … Read More

Kids in the Kitchen

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It’s hard to believe, but just ten years ago, I was a fast food, frozen pizza eating bachelor. I rarely did any real cooking of any kind. When I met my future wife, Emily, I … Read More

We Bonded in the Kitchen

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Chad Carleton Not every stepfather is so lucky. Chad Carleton admits he’s a blessed man, but he thinks some of the magic may have begun in the kitchen. “We bonded,” he said, “when we started … Read More

She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy

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A Love Story about Good Dads Board Member, Robert Hawkins Robert Hawkins has been a cattleman for as long as he can remember–his entire life actually. He grew up on a farm and when his … Read More

Respecting Your Elders – Respecting Authority

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The legendary coach, Vince Lombardi, once said, “Football is like life – it requires perseverance, self-denial, hard work, sacrifice, dedication and respect for authority,” and most from the Baby Boomer and Gen X generations would … Read More