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Win the War! Overcome Three Wounds Fathers Face

Hello, my name is Eric… and I’m a father… Fatherhood is war. There are three common wounds that we fathers struggle with in the battles: failure (our poor performance), fear (lack of confidence to lead), and faithlessness (lack of intentionality). 

Wives, Five Ways to Love Your Husband

  1. Listen to him. Surprise! Men need to talk things through, too. If we’re not careful, conversations with our husbands can look like a game of wack-a-mole where we are beating down every word that comes out of their mouths! Whether it’s a challenge at work or a suggestion he has about how to re-organize the kitchen: hear him out.

Four Ways for Parents to Seize More Moments

As we drove away from a series of four doctor appointments—all in one week, thoughts flooded my mind. Although emotionally spent, it was a very satisfied feeling. I just couldn’t believe it. This was something that seemed like it would never come: Good news!

Choosing to Enjoy Your Children

“Oh my goodness! Is that your Dad?” Those were the shocked words of one of my teenage son’s friends as I walked—clad in cool “skinny jeans” and Van shoes—across the boiling hot parking lot into the building where six of my children were preparing for a performance of Beauty and The Beast.

Two Simple Encouragements for Parents

All ten of us were around the dinner table and the conversation slouched in a bad direction—fast. The kids were discussing some choices that a friend had made. These were not necessarily sinful choices but could reasonably be categorized as lacking wisdom.

Okay to be Happy

As we drove away from a series of four doctor appointments—all in one week, thoughts flooded my mind. Although emotionally spent, it was a very satisfied feeling. I just couldn’t believe it. This was something that seemed like it would never come: Good news!

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Encourage Families

The 517 People Project based on 2 Corinthians 5:17. It is our three step plan for helping families live more intentionally as new creations.This leads to gospel centered relationships.

Strengthen Churches

We are committed to coming along side church leaders in their pursuit to make the Gospel the center of ministry.

Improve Marriages

The gospel strengthens marriages! Get to the heart of conflict and experience really change.

Testimonials and Partners

Eric gets our identity in Christ. His material has been extremely helpful in the lives of the men in our church.

Nathan Scholl, Pastor

I’ve sat in numerous conferences and read a variety books designed to build the church. I’ve also sat in numerous conferences and read a variety of books designed to strengthen the family. I’ve discovered the Institute for Uniting Church and Home is uniquely addressing the most critical need facing both: a return to the centrality of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (author’s emphasis).

John Melton, Associate Pastor

I appreciate your ministry very much. Your materials are so helpful. Most of all I appreciate your focus on the heart of the matter: a matter of the heart.

Lisa Aukee, Children’s Ministry Director