1. The list of things our kids need to know when they leave the house is much simpler than we might believe.
  2. Our experience with good fathers – even when they are not our own – can point us to God the Father.
  3. Dr. Paulson talks about how monastic life and satisfaction for sin outside of Christ harm not only the gospel but our understanding of the law.
  4. We can not give our Heavenly Father anything that will make him love us more or less. He gives and we receive.
  5. The world doesn’t need dads who are more stressed than they already are. It needs fathers who care for their families, not in heroic ways, but in common, everyday ways.
  6. Where there’s more sin, there’s more grace! Are you comfortable with that? That the greater the sin, the greater the grace? Could it be that easy?
  7. Life will not go as planned nor as we would hope, but "God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us."
  8. Scott and Caleb are joined by Paul Koch to talk about why conversations and attention to fatherhood and friendship is important.
  9. We don’t deserve Jesus' friendship, but he nonetheless embraces us with it, along with his promise that he will never leave us nor forsake us.
  10. The scope of catechesis from the Reformation was broad and included not only instruction at church but in the home and in schools.

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