What does it mean to be a father? What does God want a father to do with his family? Nothing is accidental, so why does your family even exist? In this episode of the Manly Training Podcast, Eduardo dives deep into the reason why men even have a family. Don’t miss this one or you may regret it!
Why are you so serious today? Lighten up and laugh! If you are a father and you are always serious, you are missing out on an important aspect of your parenting. You may even die younger if you chose not to laugh! Eduardo discusses the benefits and the consequences of being a father that can laugh at stuff!
Today’s culture will tell you that you are better off by yourself. We admire Hollywood stereotypes like the “Lone Ranger” and “Indiana Jones” because they do things their way. But the truth is, you cannot survive without UNITY. Besides, UNITY is God’s design and it must start with the men!
God Snap is committed to showing God’s character and His Word through a lens. What does that mean to you? Everyone sees God’s Word and His character through a different lens, and we want you to show us your view!
Godliness and manliness seem to contradict in today’s culture. But the truth is, nothing is manlier than a godly man! Is it easy? Not at all! But it is more necessary now than ever.
We live in an age where children are growing up fatherless! This is not only sad, it’s devastating for as the family goes, so goes the nation! Is it possible to reverse the current trend?
Do Christianity and Politics mix? Can a Christian be involved in politics and should we be actively speaking about our political views? What political views should you have as a christian and who should you vote for in an election?
Where did America leave that confidence, that “American Spirit” that we once had in our Great nation?
What makes a REAL MAN? Whatever your idea of manliness is, Eduardo is about to turn it upside down in this thought provoking podcast. Listen at your own risk!
For a child, “love” is spelled: T-I-M-E. According to family psychologist Dr. James Dobson (Focus on the Family), the average father spends less than a minute of face-to-face communication with his children per day!