The Christian Dad


Happy Father’s Day to all the Father’s out there!
God Bless you all!
I pray for all Dad’s everyday, all families, especially the children.
I was so very blessed to grow up in a Christian family in Windom, Minnesota.
It was there that I started my journey with the Lord.
So many children do not grow up with both parents in the house or a loving grandparents or aunt and uncles are raising them.
One of my deepest passions as a Pastor is to show the love of Jesus and the love for His children.

I had role models in both my Mom and Dad, my Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles, Sunday School Teachers and Public School Teachers, Town leaders. Many children do not get that anymore because of the way the world has changed.

Our children, your children are the future of the world and of the Church…

Let me share with you about Christian Dad’s……….

Please listen to me radio broadcast now……..

I also want to share this with you, this is a message I posted on Facebook to all my friends in Windom, Minnesota were I grew up…..It shows how a Godly foundation is most important…….

WINDOM FRIENDS! I awoke this morning thinking of all my love for Windom! The Lord showed me once again how I was so blessed to grow up in Windom! I was thinking of all the responsibility and trust that my Dad and Babe gave me when I worked at the school. I started to work as a custodian in the 10th grade! I started cleaning buses for my Dad when I was 8 years old. Babe trusted me so very much. I was the afternoon custodian at Highland and the night Custodian at the Middle School, now the Barc! Babe gave me the keys to everything, the trust, and the responsibility. I was thinking this morning of the custodians from the 60’s and early 70’s….I think me and Babe and his lovely wife Kathy F Crowell are the last that are living from those days. We had a super team, we were dedicated to keeping the schools super clean and safe! I learned much from those times like working hard, manual labor! I was always excited to do other chores such as mowing and snow removal! My work ethic was established in Windom. I got teased a lot for being a custodian at a young age, but I would never change it for anything in the world! I also remember Del Biech! I pray I am spelling his last name right, his wife was Bev, who worked at KDOM I think, and his daughter Sandy was in my class of 1974! Anyhow Del hired me to deliver papers at 9 years old!!!!! TRUST! So all this responsibility and trust that was placed on me in Windom at an early stage in life has helped make me the man I am today, I pray I am a good man. I try my best and have such lovely thoughts of Windom it makes me weep tears of joy! PTL FOR WINDOM! TAKE CARE OF WINDOM PLEASE
PS: It is very humbling to know that you are one of the last living of the custodians from the 60’s and 70’s in a time in my life where I grew so much as a Man. I miss all my custodian friends from those days….they were so very kind to me

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