• Ep 8 part II: Daughters and Father Wounds

    Bob Reccord and Daughter Ashely talk about their personal experiences with father wounds.

    Links:

    Bob Reccord:

    https://www.tliministries.com/

    Michael Conat:

    http://dpztechnology.com/store.html#!/Michael-Conat/c/114483001

    39m | Sep 30, 2022
  • Ep 8 part I: Daughters and Father Wounds

    Host Michael Conat talks with Bob Reccord and his wife Cheryl about how father wounds can affect daughters, both in their growing up years as well as what is carried into their adult years and relationships.

    Links:

    Bob & Cheryl Reccord:

    https://www.tliministries.com/

    Michael Conat:

    http://dpztechnology.com/store.html#!/Michael-Conat/c/114483001

    42m | Sep 30, 2022
  • Ep 7: Fatherhood: A Role or a Calling?

    Jeff Kemp, Bob Reccord, Ken McClenton and host Michael Conat talk about how fatherhood is not just a role. Fatherhood is a calling.

    We all see it as an obvious "role" but rarely do we hear it addressed as a calling. What does that mean? What difference does it make? What impact can it have?

    In both the Role and Calling of being a dad, kids need us to reflect for them, what our Heavenly Father is of us...

    A Provider/Protector

    A Nurturer

    A Boundry Maker

    Coach/Guide

    While these are not the only aspects needed in a father, they are centrally essential.

    The Vertical Solution:

    Solidifying our vertical relationship with our Heavenly Father to empower our horizontal relationships with our kids.

    Links:

    Jeff Kemp:

    https://jeffkempteam.com/

    https://www.fatherhoodcomission.com/our-partners/jeffkempteam/

    Ken McClenton:

    https://theexceptionalconservativeshow.com/

    Bob Reccord:

    https://www.tliministries.com/

    Michael Conat:

    http://dpztechnology.com/store.html#!/Michael-Conat/c/114483001

    1h 16m | Sep 30, 2022
  • Ep 6: Today's Pandemic of Father Wounds in the Home

    Join Jeff Kemp, Ken McClenton and Bob Reccord along with our host Michael Conat as they discuss some reasons why we have so many father wounds?

    The Urbanization of America:

    Taking dads from the farm fields where they used to work regularly/daily with their kids to urban settings that increasingly took dads away, from early morning until evening which enhanced, often unintentionally, disengagement.

    The Great Society and its debilitating impact on the family, especially of urban minorities, where it became economically beneficial to NOT be married than it was to be a single parent.

    A large number of dads who experienced tragic encounters in combat theaters such as Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, etc. Many returned having been impacted by PTSD, loss of limbs, etc. thus often leading to a withdrawal emotionally.

    The lack of models growing up from which "future dads" could learn how to father by watching examples. Without question, kids learn more by what they observe and see modeled than by simply what they are told.

    Links:

    Jeff Kemp: https://jeffkempteam.com/

    https://www.fatherhoodcomission.com/our-partners/jeffkempteam/

    Ken McClenton: https://theexceptionalconservativeshow.com/

    Bob Reccord: https://www.tliministries.com/

    Michael Conat: http://dpztechnology.com/store.html#!/Michael-Conat/c/114483001

    54m | Sep 30, 2022
  • Ep 5: Are You Impacted By Father Wounds? How Do You Know?

    Our host Michael Conat talks with Bob Reccord and Dr. Rick Fowler Ph.D.

    Dr. Rick Fowler - a licensed Christian counselor with over 35,000 hours of counseling, & Grad. Professor of Christian Counseling, and Contributor to Ending The Cycle of Father Wounds, joins Bob Reccord in dealing with....

    1. How can you know whether or not you may have been impacted by Father Wounds?
    2. Is recovery from relational wounds a choice we have to intentionally make?
    3. Is it worth choosing to strive to recover from relational wounds?
    4. What are some things that can keep us from making that choice?
    5. When we make the choice to make the effort to heal from our wounds, what are some helpful steps in getting started on the right path?
    6. Why is it important to understand some of the back story of your dad's life?
    7. If I don't know how to even begin in talking with my dad/stepdad/adopted dad about past wounds, how can I get started in a positive way?

    Links:

    Bob Reccord: https://www.tliministries.com/

    Dr. Rick Fowler: The Stages of Changes

    33m | Sep 2, 2022
  • Ep 4 part II: The Ravaging Impact of Father Wounds in Today's Families and Culture

    Our host Michael Conat speaks with Bob Reccord about the ravaging impact of father wounds in today's families and culture.

    What is a Father Wound? Why do they happen? What impact do they have?

    These can be reversed! It will require intentional volitional choices to turn the ship. It happens one man at a time.

    It must begin with a Vertical reconciliation to the only Perfect Father, the Heavenly Father. This will require humility and honesty on the part of each dad, and a decision that regardless of his personal past, he desires a great future for his family and his relationship with them. It is NOT TOO LATE to begin that journey, no matter what the past may hold.

    Bob Reccord: https://www.tliministries.com/

    24m | Sep 2, 2022
  • Ep 4 part I: The Ravaging Impact of Father Wounds in Today's Families and Culture

    Our host Michael Conat speaks with Bob Reccord about the ravaging impact of Father Wounds in today's families and culture.

    What is a Father Wound? Why do they happen? What impact do they have?

    These can be reversed! It will require intentional volitional choices to turn the ship. It happens one man at a time.

    It must begin with a Vertical reconciliation to the only Perfect Father, the Heavenly Father. This will require humility and honesty on the part of each dad, and a decision that regardless of his personal past, he desires a great future for his family and his relationship with them. It is NOT TOO LATE to begin that journey, no matter what the past may hold.

    Links:

    Bob Reccord: https://www.tliministries.com/


    21m | Sep 2, 2022
  • Ep 3: What kids need most in a dad

    High Impact Dads - Formerly The Adventure of Being a Dad

    When a child has a really engaged dad, what does it mean for that child?

    It doesn't take much to become a dad but it takes ALOT to be a good one! Fathers have the power to strengthen and to craft the next generation or to destroy it.

    Links:

    Ken McClenton: https://theexceptionalconservativeshow.com/

    Bob Reccord: https://www.tliministries.com/

    46m | Jul 30, 2022
  • Ep 2: What is a Father Wound? With Jeff Kemp

    High Impact Dads - Formerly The Adventure of Being a Dad

    Jeff Kemp speaks about the Fatherhood deficit in America.

    Jeff Kemp: https://jeffkempteam.com/

    https://www.fatherhoodcomission.com/our-partners/jeffkempteam/

    20m | Jul 29, 2022
  • Ep 1: Exploring Father Wounds w/ Bob Reccord and Ken McClenton

    High Impact Dads - Formerly; Adventure of Being a Dad

    Our Host Matt Tjapkes talks with experts Bob Reccord and Ken McClenton about the exploration of the increasing number of father wounds in the United States

    Links:

    Bob Reccord: Total Life Impact Ministries

    42m | Jul 6, 2022
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