Stinson appears on FamilyLife Today to discuss biblical manhood

Communications Staff — May 31, 2012

Randy Stinson, a father of seven and dean of the School of Church Ministries at Southern Seminary, participated in a two-part interview with FamilyLife Today radio about biblical manhood.

In part one, Stinson tells FamilyLife radio’s Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine how his sports-loving family opted out of baseball in order to give his kids a big vision of the world. In part two, Stinson lists some of the valuable things a father should teach his son before he leaves home including: building a fire, camping, carving a turkey, lighting a grill and tying a tie. Stinson talks about the importance of a father casting a vision for his family, and then leading them in practical ways to reach their goals.

Audio of the interviews is available at the FamilyLife Today Web site.

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