Daniel and Arthur’s “A Father’s Day Tribute” Podcast
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My son, Daniel, knows my heart. He knows I love my family. And he knows my mind is always thinking of how to edify those under my spiritual care. So, for Father’s Day a few years ago, he produced a 12 minute multi-generational podcast for me that kills 3 birds with one stone: 1) his introduction honors me (while leaving me laughing); 2) the message honors my father, K.C., who raised and led me to my Eternal Father; and 3) through this podcast, you will come to understand who I am and why I am the way I am better (you’ll learn a lot about me that you didn’t know); which will help us both, as I attempt to push you, challenge you, lead you, cheer for you, support you, teach you, provide for you, protect you, inspire you, equip you … to love, honor, cherish, and live for your Eternal Father in a fuller and more meaningful way.
So, click on the icon above and enjoy! I hope it will be an encouragement to you. Thanks, Daniel!
The title of today’s post is inspired by a special TV show that my friend, Steven Curtis Chapman, hosted this weekend, called That’s My Dad. It was a terrific show that was fun, encouraging, uplifting … and challenging … to me. You’ll recall that his daughters, Emily (Executive Director of Show Hope) and Shaoey were so kind to join us at TD several weeks ago!
That’s My Dad has everything
– great music from Tauren Wells, Jillian Edwards, and of course, SCC himself (including the world premiere of his new song, That’s My Dad.
– great interviews with Naomi and Nathan Zacharias, Tauren Wells, Ernie Johnson, Jr., and Scotty Smith,
– great recollections from Michael W. Smith, Zach Williams, the Chapman kids, and Mary Beth Chapman of their fathers.
I’d encourage you to watch it with your family.
Since Steven forgot to ask me to be on his show, the podcast is my tribute, as I join the others in saying … that’s my dad!
Would you take the opportunity to give thanks to God for your dad this Father’s Day? And then would you go to your dad, tell him you love him, and share with him why you are thankful for him? I know you’ll bless his heart when you do.