There are lots of manuals and guide books on Fatherhood, but let’s face it - if you’re like me, you’re not going read them.
I thought the best way to become a better dad was to simply chat with other dads. They may not have all the answers but they do answer some of my questions.
In this podcast, I chat with dads of faith at different points of Fatherhood who talk honestly about how they handle this thing called Fatherhood.
Seasons and sincerity with Ben Field
Modern fatherhood is often a game of juggling competing concerns. Brett Farrell talks to Ben Field about balancing work, kids, wife and life.
Wanting and waiting with Adrian Smith
What does fatherhood look like when you spend years trying to become a dad? Brett Farrell talks to Adrian Smith about wanting and waiting for children.
Failure and family with David Smallbone
David Smallbone is better known as Rebecca St James’ and For King & Country’s dad and manager. Brett Farrell investigated how a father handled loss but ended up talking about failure, foreigners and family.
Adoption and acceptance with Brian Walsh
Being a dad when you don't have a parenting model to draw on is a special kind of burden to bear. Brett Farrell talks anger, adoption and acceptance with Brian "Head" Walsh.
Choices and change with Jack Hanes
Walking as a Christian man through fatherhood and grandfatherhood is a special challenge when a loss of faith is thrown into the balance. Brett Farrell speaks to Jack Hanes about what it's like to be a dad dealing with life's choices, children and changes in belief.
Disability and devotion with John Moussa
Being the dad of a disabled child brings challenges of a very particular sort. Brett Farrell asks John Moussa what it's like to parent with devotion when it comes to disability and differences.