Lance and Dante discuss A.W. Pink's book the Attributes of God and how these attributes apply to our spiritual lives and maturity. What are God's communicable and incommunicable attributes and what are we called to do as men, husbands, and fathers.
Lance and Dante talk about poverty, wealth, and contentment from a Biblical perspective. Research shows that we need to rethink how the world, the church, and Christians tackle and think about these issues both domestically and globally.
Lance and Dante discuss the apostle Andrew and his unique attributes. While not the most outspoken disciple of Christ, Andrew worked quietly behind the scenes and brought many to Christ, including his brother Peter who became "the rock" Christ built his following on.
In The Fatherhood Playbook - Part 4 - Lance and Dante discuss parenting from ages 16 -18 and beyond. Proven strategies for parents to navigate these years with relative ease and how to prepare our children for college, life, and beyond.
Part 3 - Lance and Dante discuss how to navigate the teen years with less stress using a Biblical parenting philosophy that has a proven track record of producing children who become Christ-Centered adults. In the teen years, we allow our children more freedom and prepare them for life with practical, teaching and modeling.
Books/Resources we mention in this podcast:
Raising A Modern Day Knight by Robert Lewis
Parenting: 14 Principles by Paul David Tripp
Interviewing Your Daughters Date by Dennis Rainey
What He Must Be by Dr. Voddie Baucham Jr.
Foundations in Personal Finance Teen Edition by Dave Ramsey
You Were Made to Make a Difference by Max Lucado
Lance and Dante discuss accountability from a Biblical perspective versus what a lot of Men's Ministries portray as accountability. What it is, what it isn't, why it's important, and how to cultivate it properly.
Lance and Dante discuss moralism and how behavior is emphasized in some Christian circles over Christ crucified and authentic sanctification. Lance and Dante also discuss how this same argument is often played out in parenting our children.
Lance and Dante talk with Jeff McDaniel about discipleship, multiplication, and modeling faith. God has used Jeff to reach thousands in Africa and now God is using Jeff to reach 250,000 in the Washington D.C. area.
Lance and Dante discuss the disciples of Jesus and how they were selected, including using their strengths and faults for the glory and advancement of God's Kingdom.
Dante and Lance discuss managing money, budgets, and Biblical stewardship in marriage. How to communicate with your spouse on what money means to you, different perspectives on stewardship and how to reach common ground when conflict arises.
Lance and Dante walk you through the history of the early Christian Church from Christ to the 1600’s. Major events include early teachings and writings, adoption of the faith by Rome, the fall of Rome, the Middle Ages and abuses of power, the split of the Eastern and Western Church, and the Reformation and split of Protestantism.
Lance and Dante try to distinguish fact from fiction in what the Bible actual says about end times, persecution of the Church, and tribulation.
Lance and Dante talk about balancing being in the world but not of the world and how that affects our walk and witness. For parents, balancing sheltering our children with exposing them to the world without fear
Lance and Dante talk about how to maintain civility and be the salt and light on social media and when discussing highly charged topics.
Dante and Lance discuss a NY Times article where the author tries to imply that being a good dad means you're taking on the role of a mother. Gender Roles and Biblical Roles.
Dante and Lance's son talk about growing up with a Legacy Dad and realizing that faith was real along with living out our faith and being an example to others. Fruit if the Spirit. 1 Corinthians 13