Summary: Legacy Dads started in 2005 as a journal of one man's journey to become a better Christian man, husband, and father. In 2017, Legacy Dads has 60,000+ followers and empowers men to be the spiritual leaders of their families and take an active role in their faith. Legacy Dads gives fathers a long-term, strategic game plan for raising children that will become the next generation of Christian leaders. Legacy Dads gives marriages the tools needed for more effective communication, greater passion and romance and discovering a deeper marital love that God intended for marriage. One Man, One Family, One Community At A Time
Socialism is a popular concept on college campuses these days and some politicians have any claimed that Jesus was a socialist. Lance and Dante dissect this idea against scripture, history, and economics.
Lance and Dante talk about balancing being in the world but not of the world and how that affects our walk and witness. For parents, balancing sheltering our children with exposing them to the world without fear.
Dante and Lance discuss Matthew 7 and judgmental attitudes. Dante and Lance also discuss racism and how dehumanizing thoughts and language can lead people to do unimaginable things.
Lance and Dante talk about how to maintain civility and be the salt and light on social media and when discussing highly charged topics.
Dante and Lance discuss a NY Times article where the author tries to imply that being a good dad means you're taking on the role of a mother. Gender Roles and Biblical Roles.
Legacy Dads talk about "toxic masculinity" and why this was never God's plan for men.
Dante and Lance talk about breaking down walls and how Christians should respond on social media.
Two mistakes I made (I made a lot more) but two that really stand out to me.
Why being an overprotective parent has negative consequences on our children and their development.
Live from Doctrine and Devotion 2018 - Lance and Dante talk about Biblical masculinity and reflections on keynotes from Joe Thorn and Doug Logan, Jr. #docanddevo2018
Lance and Dante talk about how the church can engage the "nones" and why the church led to creating some of the "nones"
Lance and Dante talk about leadership in the church, combat, work, and in the family. Lance shares some best practice leadership attributes and potential pitfalls.
Dante and Lance's son talk about growing up with a Legacy Dad and realizing that faith was real along with living out our faith and being an example to others.
Lance's son talks about missionary training with Unusual Soldiers and Caleb Bislow, author of Dangerous, and why fulfilling the Great Commission is not always easy.
Lance and his wife discuss barriers to a healthy marriage based on Biblical principles and their 21 years of marriage, counseling, and the tools they have used and taught to others. Early in their marriage, Lance and his wife almost divorced but successfully turned the marriage around using these insights