Today I share why Easter gives me hope even in the darkest days of family life. I conclude with a post I wrote at 3AM on Easter Sunday five years ago, just one week after
For episode 100 I've invited my favorite person on earth to join me! My wife Emily has a life that's worthy of a book. She married a widower, adopted his daughter, walked through the journey
One year, one week, and one day ago we celebrated my son's last dose of chemo. On this week's podcast I share the essay I wrote for that occasion, as well as thoughts from a
I'm revisiting my very first Let's Parent on Purpose topic ever, and I need to remember this perspective just as much today. 12 Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let
29 Jesus said to him, “Have you believed because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” John 20:29 ESV As a dad who has never seen, but still
April 14, 2017 will mark three years since the day we were told my son had leukemia. I remember so many details from that day. Mindlessly sitting by his hospital bed when we just thought
One of the hardest things to walk through as a parent is the suffering of your child. How do you make the most of a terrible situation?