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Father means being a leader; a model for his child to copy to advance their life. A father's responsibilty goes far beyond being a sperm donor, a father's true responsibilty is to be a protector and provider, a good example to further the life of his children in a good way.
In the history of African slaves in America from 1619 to 1865 and beyond, the father was stolen from his children, his ability to be the protector and provider and a model of excellence for his family was taken from him. The master knew that strong fathers would only produce strong families which would be counter productive.
How do you make a "Fatherless Child"? You do so by destroying the childs respect for his father; by reducing him below the level of a responsible man, incapable of being the protector and provider, and then take over his responsibilty and become the childs protector and provider. In time although you may still love your father, you will loss respect for him.
Adam was called Father Adam, the leader of physical man created from dust and Abraham was called Father Abraham, the leader of mans spiritual development.
Today satans workers are continuing his work of deceite, destorying the African American fathers image and turning his children into puppets for their $$$ benefit. Drug dealing, gang families, haters of self, baby daddys, prison, murders of self, no stability.
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Did your father play a role in your life as a child? Does your father play a role in your life as an adult? Has the absence of your father hindered your life? Do you have resentments towards your father for this reason? My father was not in my life and he did not play any role in my upbringing. Because of this issue, I faced so many obstacles in my life as a child and a man. This issue has impacted the lives of so many of us! It is time to break the cycle. Join Enrique and Regina as they discuss “Fatherless Children!” Tuesday, May 7, 2013, 8pm EST. Log on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/enriquepascal/2013/05/08/fatherless-children or call 347 324 3003.
Who will help the children? Who will love the children? Who will rescue the children?
James 1:27 "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world."
Exodus 22:22 "Ye shall not afflict any widow, or fatherless child."
Psalm 82:3 "Defend the poor and fatherless: do justice to the afflicted and needy."
Lift up a prayer right now for hurting, abused, orphaned, homeless, captive children around the world. Let us release prayers that avail much so all of these are rescued, brought to safety, put in loving and caring homes to never be abused. God can help them, there is nothing impossible for him. Let's believe it and unite to end child abuse around the world. Start with your neighborhood and expand your prayer from there.
Join me this Saturday as I discuss the impact of men in ministry who grew up fatherless. Whether society admits it or not, there are implications to children growing up without their fathers. We will discuss the implications specifically for men in ministry.
My Co-Host Elder Yahminah McIntosh and our special guest Brandon J Bell will join me tomorrow for a brilliant broadcast!
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Happy Father's Day To All of the Responsible Fathers Take the Presidential National Fatherhood Pledge Fathers Footprints - "Walk a little slower daddy," said a child so small. "I'm following in your footsteps and I don't want to fall. Sometimes your steps are very fast, Sometimes they're hard to see; So walk a little slower, Daddy, For you are leading me. Someday when I'm all grown up, You're what I want to be;Then I will have a little child Who'll want to follow me. And I would want to lead just right, And know that I was true; So, walk a little slower, Daddy, For I must follow you." Special Guest Father Spotlight - Ken Thomas. Fatherlessness is a crisis in America, one that undergirds many of the challenges that families are facing. When dads aren't around, young people are more likely to drop out of school, use drugs, be involved in the criminal justice system, and become young parents themselves. President Obama grew up without his dad & said that being a father is the most important job he has. That's why he is joining dads from across the nation in a fatherhood pledge...that we'll do everything we can to be there for our children and for young people whose fathers are not around. www.fatherhood.gov Resources for Fathers Watch A Scripted Episode of An Absent Father
In cultures where there is an extreme imbalance in the ratio of male to female, due to wars or other tragedies that drastically reduced the male polulation, people choose to make cultural adjustments for the sake of the survival of the community. Men are allowed to marry more than one wife, to give every woman an opportunity to have a husband and raise her children in a family that includes a father who is present. This system was intended to prevent the misuse of women as concubines, mere sex partners who have no public respect or legal rights. Better Nikka Co-Founder Minera Habeel discusses the institution of polygyny as a remedy for society's ills and the responses of women at the thought of men legally marrying multiple wives.
Today kids need there Mothers & Fathers to be more involved in their lifes today rather the parents are together or not because it is known at least 50+ percent of kids come up having problems in the early childhood stage, school, drugs, and stay in lots of trouble with the law and sometimes never grow out of unhealthy behavior and addictions.
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Ponder on this truth. There are just as many "Fatherless Adults" as there are "Fatherless Children!" Did your father play a role in your life as a child? Does your father play a role in your life as an adult? Has the absence of your father hindered your life? Do you have resentments towards your father for this reason? My father was not in my life and he did not play any role in my upbringing. Because of this issue, I faced so many obstacles in my life as a child and a man. This issue has impacted the lives of so many of us! It is time to break the cycle. Join Enrique and Regina as they discuss “Fatherless Children!” Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 8pm EST.
This is a show about the value of our children and how they should know the real meaning of Christmas. There is an obvious reason why a baby is born without worldly knowledge to loving parents. We parents are expected to teach them how to walk, talk, and eat. Before parents send their toddlers to school, society and God expects us to nourish the little ones with life substances. Our children depend on us to learn how to live, grow; remain fit and healthy in more ways than one.
That includes teaching them the meaning of Christmas, how and why Jesus Christ was born. It is parents’ responsibility to set an example and give our little ones a meaning of life’s foundation that will last them a lifetime. Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
Our special guest, Detra and John Taylor, who raised two boys, along with nieces and nephews in a Christian home will share their experiences. Faith Eurie-Turner who’s Blogs can be found on http://professionalnet.ning.com/ will also be out special guest. Join us for a real Christmas threat that makes you feel good and reinforces your belief in the ways to raise your children.
Extensive research has gone into high achievers, with the end result being more linked to discipline, drive and dedication than to innate talent. Many kids get easily frustrated at a very young age and after a few failed attempts at say, tying their shoe, they give up, cry, and request a Velcro pair. While temperament will always play a role, all children can be taught to push themselves beyond what they believed achievable. How you can raise your children to be winners.
There is a major question in the black community about whether or not physical punishment is a viable option for disciplining children. The practice has been around since slavery and is so ingrained into black parents, that it isn't viewed as something that is problematic but rather a necessary component to parenting. In her Book Beating Black Kids, author Asadah Kirkland, discusses why black parents have got to change their thinking about this tradition and gives effective alternatives for parents who may be uninformed about how to be effective at parenting in a way that doesn't involve corporal punishment. Asadah Kirkland is the featured guest on the show. Please call in and share your views. WE WILL ALSO BE DISCUSSING THE LATEST IN THE NYPD BROOKLYN POLICE SHOOTING. CALL IN 347-215-8933
Greetings thank you for tuning in to another exclusive episode of "Real Women Real Talk," my guest this evening Ms. Schantel Thomas will be sharing with us an event she was the guest speaker of "Safe for the holidays," so often the holidays brings about so many different emotions and sadness it should be a joyous time as we celebrate Christ birth. In this episode we will discuss ways to help our young people have a safe holiday, but not just for the holiday, but there entire lives.Come support our children even if you do not have children, you know of some children, maybe next door to you or down the street. Be encouraged and Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.