Jason Free, John Clark
The masculine charisms of leadership, protection and provision have broad application, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the vocation of the father. Not only do these charisms apply to the temporal needs of his family, but to their spiritual needs as well.
Within the domestic church of the home, it is the father's holy duty to lead his family in the way of faith, protect his family from spiritual dangers, and provide an environment that nourishes and fortifies the seed of faith growing within the hearts of his children and bride.
Our guests will share with us practical insights, wisdom and advice on how to do just that.