The Sport of Politics for a Stubborn Dude Seeking Love

As we near the end of the presidential primary season, Andy Hall reflects on the sport of politics in his family.

My Father: My Best Friend

How do you thank the man who was always there for you?

Of Pixie Dust, Pirates, and Starlight – Space for a Father and Son to Grow

Was I ready for the responsibility that came along with raising a child? Was being a dad really what I had always wanted?

How to Keep an Eye on Your Kids’ Social Media Accounts

The internet is both an amazing and scary place for our kids. These tips will help you protect them.

Ode to Grandmother Hilda

Memories can be sweet and painful.

Was it Irresponsible to Take a Vacation to Hawaii?

In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Darrell Darnell and Jared Easley ask whether a family should take a vacation when the new business is not doing well.

Money Talks And That Starts With Your Vote

Stop voting for politicians and start voting with your dollars.

When Dad Remarries: Blending Old and New Families

There is enough love to go around, but it may take some time for everyone to be on board.

An Uncommon Marriage

How can you serve your spouse this week?

Man Time vs. Woman Time

Father Time is a weekly column dedicated to the concept of time in a parent’s life, particularly a father’s life. The point of view comes from a father of two young sons, both under three-years-old, and how time really is just that: a concept. ◊♦◊ Disclaimer: this week’s column will contain generalized and sexist ideas, […]

Married Bliss Comes and Goes Like the Tide – 6 Ways to Keep the Tide IN

The honeymoon never lasts forever, but you can keep that loving feeling going every single day.

Meatloaf for the Soul

We don’t age alone. This can be both a comfort and a wake up call.

The Life of a Bipolar Dad

Yesterday Kevin Hall shared about his challenge with Cancer. That was nothing compared to dealing with his bipolar disorder. He tells us why.

Father and Daughter Pancake Sunday

A perfect Sunday morning.

One Dad’s Lucky Streak — He Got Cancer Twice

What? Lucky to get testicular cancer? Kevin A. Hall takes us along through the pain and perspectives of surviving cancer not just once but twice.

Soccer Runs in the Family and the Field for Fabian Chaparro of Maroneck

“I don’t put my head down until the last whistle blows.”