It was written a year ago by Abraham Piper, the son of Twin Cities theologian, pastor and author John Piper.
With Father’s Day coming up, it seemed a great time to post this; you may know a father who’s hurting over a child who seems lost to him. If you don’t have time to read it, here’s the nut graf: A person’s actions won’t change until his heart changes. Behavior pours out of how a person thinks. A wandering son or daughter needs to see clearly again before he or she can make decisions that a clear-visioned person would make.
Here’s the link, Edglings.
Have a great weekend. Don’t forget to call your Dad.