best friend, husband, hero… Father

“If you then, being sinful, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him!” -Luke 11:13

To a man who loves his kids to the end of the earth, who will take time to kiss their owies & pray for their worries, who is man enough to proudly walk their imaginary turtles & wear whatever tie they buy him… but also to a man that stands for God & trains his kids to do the same, who will straighten them out when they get bent out of shape & lovingly restrain them when they think they know best, a man that loves his children way too much to let them stay where they are – but instead pushes them onward to becoming who they are called to be & knowing their strengths/personalities teaches them how to turn to God in their weakness… to the man that I love more than any earthly man…

THANK YOU & Happy Father’s Day, may your children rise up & call you blessed, may they bring honor to you & may you be proud of who they become because of WHO lives in their hearts… THANK YOU for leading by example & showing them the FATHER through your fatherly love for them! THANK YOU for praying over each of them as they sleep & for showing them how to love their future wife! I couldn’t have asked for a better husband or father for my kids!!! I thank God for you EVERY DAY! ♥ you Marky, YOU are my BFF & my Hero!


“The righteous man walks in his integrity;
His children are blessed after him.”  -Proverbs 20:7



6 comments on “best friend, husband, hero… Father

    • Thanks for your kind words… it is he that takes care of me most of the time. For that I am truly grateful… Although, I’m not planning on letting him drown or anything either! (He certainly is NOT the swimmer in the family! *grin*)

      Here’s a Chinese Safety Lesson: “Ty Lo” = ‘look road’, which really just means “watch out!” 🙂

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