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Back in February of 2015, I shared the song “Good Good Father” by Pat Barrett and Tony Brown (Housefires). Since then I’ve shared interviews and other renditions of the song, including one with Chris Tomlin. It is, by far, the most … Continue reading
When I first talked about “Good Good Father” by Housefires in February of 2015, it was a little known song, yet my post got over 750 hits in one day! Since then, over 9,000 people have viewed my two posts about this song. Of … Continue reading
Here’s a video interview with Pat Barrett and Tony Brown (Housefires) on Worship Together’s New Song Café where they discuss the story behind their song, “Good Good Father.” Pat also shows how to play the song at the end.
I want to make you aware of a musical group that’s a good example of the new songs being released on the earth birthed from the Father’s heart. This group is called Housefires. This video is from their second album, … Continue reading
Every Father’s Day I post something about our heavenly Father. I shared the song “Good Good Father” by Pat Barrett and Tony Brown (Housefires) in February 2015. Since then I’ve shared interviews and other renditions of the song, including one with … Continue reading
As we come up to Father’s Day, I thought I would end the week by talking about what I’ve learned about being a good father. And this applies whether we’re talking about physical children or spiritual children. By the way, … Continue reading
I want to use a song from Jonathan & Melissa Helser’s latest album, Beautiful Surrender, to share my testimony about what God has done in me. This song is titled, “Outrageous Love” (written by Ed Cash and Jonathan David Helser, 2016). Whenever I … Continue reading
As Father’s Day approaches, here’s two tales describing very different fathers. But first, I want you to think about what constitutes being a good father. Also remember that parables never give the whole story. They’re simply meant to make a point that we … Continue reading
The following was written by a pastor from Madison, Wisconsin, who went with some of the ladies from our church family on a recent mission trip to Belize. Deb Anderson, who is from our church, spoke this blessing over us a few Sundays ago. … Continue reading
One way that we evangelical Christians insult people on a regular basis when we’re trying to win them Christ has to do with our ideas about total depravity. My question is this: is someone who doesn’t know Christ capable of doing anything good? Most evangelicals seem … Continue reading