Mark Strong

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Refocusing on Fatherhood

Our heavenly Father provides the best example for fathers and the fatherless.

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Introduction

I. Focusing on fatherhood

II. God the Father is present with his Son

III. God the Father acknowledges his Son

IV. God the Father loves his Son

V. God the Father affirms his Son

Conclusion: refocusing on fatherhood

Mark Strong is the senior pastor of Life Change Christian Center in Portland, Oregon and the author of Church for the Fatherless.

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