Daddy Complex

Daddy Complex

by Dr. Ted Roberts June 14, 2018

I was so afraid of being a terrible dad. My seven abusive stepdads were poor examples of a father. I was terrified that I would mess up my kids; that they would struggle with a Daddy Complex for the rest of their lives.

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Like Herding Squirrels

Like Herding Squirrels

by Ben Bennett August 31, 2017

Well, after working with the campus ministry of an organization called Cru for the past six years and helping many young men find freedom from pornography and unwanted sexual behavior, I can’t think of any clearer analogy than trying to herd squirrels: creatures more erratic and unpredictable than cattle. If you’ve ministered to young men, you have experienced the challenges of trying to corral, shepherd, and care for individuals who can behave erratically at times, just like squirrels.

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Digital Natives

Digital Natives

by Bryan Roberts July 20, 2017 1 Comment

We live in a world of technology. Generation Z—ages 0-16—cannot understand a world without the Internet. They live their lives on the Internet. It has everything they need: directions, shopping, entertainment, and socialization. Anywhere you want to connect, the Internet is available. When a parent says, “How do I protect my child from the Internet?” they are asking the wrong question.

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