Growing up, many of us had a vision for where we would be in life once we reached our 20s, 30s or even our 40s. But when we reach those milestones in our lives it’s rare that we feel reality has lived up to our vision. Somehow, we thought we would feel more adult, would feel settled in our careers and would have some idea of what we wanted to be when we grew up. However, the most important thing we can be doing, the one thing that makes us a success, is raising little disciples of Christ. Join host Jerrad Lopes as he discusses the importance of being intentionally invested in our children. Learn how we can change the world simply by faithfully and passionately loving our children and our wives.
We all look to the future. For some, we do it with arrogance (as mentioned in James 4). And for others, we approach the future with anxiety. On this episode, join Jerrad as he shares about why looking to the future with both anxiety and arrogance leaves us missing the mark of Christian living, and how the Gospel offers us a better alternative.
There are many men struggling. It can be anything from disobedient children, broken marriages, lost jobs, or terminal sickness. The list is unending. As Christian fathers and husbands, we often find ourselves praying to God to relieve us from our burdens; to give us some sign of blessing in the midst of pain. In this episode of the Dad Tired podcast, join Jerrad as he reminds listeners what Jesus says about those who are broken, hurting, and persecuted.
Video games, a controversial topic both in and outside of the church world. Some men are hardcore lovers of gaming, some view it as a waste of time and millions of others fall somewhere in the middle. This week join host Jerrad Lopes and guest, Gabe Patillo as they discuss the boundaries we set up around technology for our family, how video games may or may not contribute to gun violence and how the pornography industry has crept in through the gaming industry. Gabe shares a unique perspective as a gamer and Christian that may just get you to think about things differently. Whether you are a gamer or not, you'll want to hear this conversation!