In today’s world, where the divorce rates are high and fatherlessness abounds; those who were blessed to grow up with a present, engaged, and loving father, have much to be grateful for. However, those who didn’t often carry into adulthood a pain that is both profound and crippling. This pain, for the adult child, often carries over into relationships, career, and how God is viewed. This… is the father wound. In this episode of The Thriving on Purpose Podcast, we want to delve deep into the devastating consequences an absent, irresponsible, or abusive dad can leave. But, having overcome our own father wound, we especially want to share 5 steps that will enable you to overcome this negative legacy and turn it around in a glorious way! If you had a less-than-exemplary father, this is one episode you do not want to miss. And if you didn’t… it will make you appreciate your dad even more!
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As a young, idealistic, and naive Christian man, I made the mistake of equating being nice with being good – and I paid a hefty price for it. I thought being nice was the equivalent of being godly; of being like Jesus. As a result I was stuck in the friends zone, couldn’t get a date. Thank God I grew out of it! Mostly out of necessity. In this episode, we explain the differences between a “Nice Guy” and a “Good Man”. It’s important to know the difference to have a strong marriage. Find out what God expects of us, as men.See Show Notes