Desiring Fatherhood

family fatherhood Jun 19, 2017

Growing up, I don't know the that I ever gave intentional thought about being a father. The older I got the more it just became an assumption that I'd likely one day get married and have a kid, or two. Thankfully I grew up with a close knit family (I had an uncle and aunt and generations of cousins that lived in the same city) that spent a lot of time together, so it just made sense and felt right to envision having a family of my own one day. 

I assume I'm not the only young man to have felt this way, but there was that time of the teen years where you sometimes struggle with your place in the world, your self-confidence is easily shaken, and perhaps like me you wonder if you'll actually find the right girl with whom to marry, settle down, and have a family. That's a trying time in a young man's life. Fortunately, I trusted the Lord (although shakily at times) through that process and ultimately He brought an amazing woman into my life who appreciated and loved me for...

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