MB #022: Happy Father's Day Mission-Fit DadsJun 18, 2023
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Welcome to The Mission Briefing, a weekly newsletter where I provide actionable insights, food for thought, curated recommendations from both personal experience and from the web, and more. Today's special Father's Day issue is short and sweet!
Today at a glance:
- Father, you decided how this goes
- A quote from the legendary Ronald Reagan
- Dialogical Preaching
- Chris & Justine Cirullo on the Family Teams Podcast
- Free gifts and free support
🧠 Food For Thought:
One of the most significant problems every society from creation until now faces are ones that stem from within the father's role. Countless people have father wounds that impact every. The beauty of life is that YOU get to choose whether you continue to perpetuate them.
✍️ Quote Of The Week:
All great change in America begins at the dinner table. - Ronald Reagan
Regular meals around the table with your family are possibly the most significant puzzle piece to the things fathers really want most in life.
📚 Book Recommendation:
Dialogical Preaching - Over the last number of years I've regularly questioned whether the monologue sermon is the best approach to help congregations remember and practice what's preached. Research around learning, memory, and application has for years said otherwise. This super short book was a really helpful look at one potential way that leaders could approach a more dialogical approach to the Sunday sermon.
📱 Social Media Favorites:
This week, my wife Justine and I joined up with Jeremy and April Pryor on the Family Teams Podcast to discuss the topic Rhythms over Goals. We address the value of goals and how they're sometimes "too effective" and the need for healthy rhythms in our week with our family. I think you'll really enjoy this one, dads!