Sermon: “Good Words from a Bad Dad” from Dan Mitchum

Dan Mitchum - June 18, 2023

Good Words from a Bad Dad

There’s a Father’s Day card that reads, “Dad, everything I ever learned I learned from you—except one thing. The family car really will do 110!" It’s stressful to be a dad these days. Some of us have jobs requiring tons of time, and we feel guilty about not spending enough time with our kids. Our culture relentlessly tries to convince our children that God doesn’t matter. And the media portrays dads as weak and out of touch. Instead of adding pressure, tomorrow we’ll look at some godly advice from a failed father. And, that dad was none other than Solomon—the author of Ecclesiastes. Although he was the wisest person who ever lived, he struggled in his relationships with his kids. We’ll unpack what Solomon wrote in Psalm 127. It’s a Psalm all fathers can learn from—especially imperfect dads like us.

Scripture References: Psalms 127:1-5

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