Today’s share blog post comes from Home Front Magazine...in an article written by: Derick Zeulner who is the Pastor of Communications at South Shores Church in Dana Point, CA. He is husband to Rebecca and the father of four, the last of whom Derick recently had the opportunity to “catch” in an unexpected home-birth. He loves to swim with his family, renovate his home, and “equip the saints for the work of ministry” (Ephesians 4:12 ESV).

from the blog:

There’s a lot of pressure on dads to be everything and win in every area. Action films (the height of Western thinking) have raised us to believe we’re the hero of our own story and that nothing should stop us. Social media, on the other hand, has left us thinking everyone else is actually doing it.”

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“Too many Christians, too many dads are walking around doing the same thing, thinking, “Jesus saved me, but somehow I can make it up to Him.” But you can’t. You can’t give enough. Serve enough. Evangelize enough. Be dad enough or work enough to equal Jesus’ sacrifice. And when we try, we trade in our Christian hope for anxiety and pressure.”

Read the full blog post by clicking the link below….

Not “Dad Enough”