Fatherwards Episode #4: The Unusual Way To Feel Fulfilled (VIDEO)

I remember my wife Jill saying to me one day, “I hope you’re not spending any more money on that train set!”

Today I share the story of why as an adult I had a train set that was costing me way too much money and talk a little bit about what your ‘adult train set’ might be. 

Listen in to this week’s video as I share the following:

  • The holes in our lives that we try to fill to feel whole
  • God’s plan to make us whole, holy and complete
  • Where you can find the greatest fulfillment in your life

 

Fatherwards is my new weekly show helping people turn their hearts towards God our Father.

 

It's NEVER too late for God to change your story!

I want to see your life impacted the way mine has been.

 

#Fatherwards

 

I can only share so much in these video messages, so I created a full series called The Blessing of The Father for Families. I want to get it into your hands because you'll notice the huge difference it can make.

 

It's a six-week set and I made sure everyone can afford it because you will see God's miraculous healing begin in your family.

CLICK HERE to get it today!

http://www.blessingofthefather.com/the-blessing-of-the-father-for-families


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Published on September 25, 2018.

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