We’re celebrating dads. Happy Father’s Day. Johnny reflects his dad always carried a whistle in his pocket. With eight kids, he needed to keep us in line. He’d call us to dinner with it, use it to make us stop fighting and to cheer us on as we played sports.
Images of Dad
4 years of age – My daddy can do anything
7 years of age – My daddy knows a lot. A whole lot!
9 years of age – My dad doesn’t really know quite everything
12 years of age – Naturally, Dad doesn’t know that either
14 years of age – Dad? He’s hopelessly old fashioned
21 years of age – The old man? He’s way out of date
25 years of age – Dad might know a little about it
35 years of age – Before we decide, let’s get dad’s opinion
60 years of age – Wonder what dad would’ve thought about that?
65 years of age – Wish I could talk it over with Dad just one more time…
Dr. Larry Crabb says his book is designed to draw you closer to Christ and help you better relate to your loved ones.[soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/96796329″ params=”” width=” 100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]