Dad Tired is a community of men who are taking their faith, family, and marriage very seriously. We are equipping Christian husbands and dads to lead their family well. Past guests include; Lecrae, David Platt, Gary Chapman, Bob Goff, John Eldredge, Tony Dungy, Jon Acuff, Jefferson Bethke, Paul David Tripp, John Mark Comer, Tim Chester, Andy Crouch, and many more!
Teaching Our Kids To Suffer Well
Do your kids know how to suffer well? In this episode of the Dad Tired podcast, join host Jerrad Lopes as her shares what it looks like for a dad to learn good theology of suffering, and in turn, teach that to his children.
Why It Takes A Village To Raise Our Kids (with MercyMe)
In today's episode of the Dad Tired podcast, host Jerrad Lopes sits down with Mike and Bart from the band MercyMe to talk about why it takes a village to raise our kids. The band members also share their own journeys as fathers, and what they learned from their fathers, as well. A must listen to episode for any Christian dad looking to become the spiritual leader of his home.
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A Dad Who Is Completely Honest With God (with A.J. Swoboda)
“When we confess to Jesus our sin, when we confess to Jesus our doubt, when we confess to Jesus our struggles… there has never once been a moment in our life where we have done that and Jesus walked away more informed about our lives.” If you are struggling with telling God exactly what you're feeling, thinking, and experiencing, today's episode is for you.
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When You Don't Feel Like God Can Use You (with Darryl Strawberry)
Let's be real, most guys don't feel qualified to lead their family well. Whether it be past mistakes, or current hang-ups, we simply don't feel qualified or equipped to be the men God is calling us to be. In today's episode of the Dad Tired podcast, join host Jerrad Lopes as he sits down with former Major League Baseball superstar Darryl Strawberry to discuss what it looks like to lead our families well, despite the mistakes we've made.
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Teaching Your Kids To Fight *Well*
Many married couples often fight dirty because they were never taught how to fight well. In today's episode of the Dad Tired podcast, host Jerrad Lopes shares what it looks like for a dad to lay the ground work of teaching his children how to fight well, so that they can become healthy fighters as adults. Check out dadtired.com/fight to get the freebies offered in today's episode.
Do You Know This Side Of God?
It's highly possible that you're missing this part of God's heart. And, as a result, your kids may be missing it, too.
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I have listened to Jared for a couple years now and for the most part he produces some great content. He loves the lord and finds lots of practical wisdom for us dads. I really appreciate his ministry and I have recommended this podcast to several guys but I don’t know if I will continue to do so in the future because some of the guys I disciple are new believers or in hard situations. I don’t know if I can recommend this channel due to Jared’s view of the church and how he would be affecting young believers, or people that have had a bad experience at church. The Bible is clear on the roles of leaders in a church and the accountability and structure a biblical church provides. And from several of Jared’s podcasts he has discouraged what the church is and what it does. I understand some churches do not follow the biblical principles but when a beloved teacher is bashing the “North American church” and saying church only cares about power and not loving people, it saddens me because he could be pushing people to not go to church and be fine with forsaking the body of Christ. I have talked to several believers who believe the same thing as Jared and I have seen them cut themselves off from church and isolate themselves. And sadly it has in my experience led to a worse relationship with the lord as they cut themselves off from discipleship opportunities. Christian encouragement and accountability. And teachers of the word. God uses the church to grow us and it should not be bashed. I will still listen to Jared. But I can’t endorse him to young Christians because It would break my heart if people decided to not go to church or have a bad attitude at church due to Jared’s influence.