Jul 20, 2023
Jeremy Pryor is back in
Part 2 of this conversation to share how dads can create
intentional spaces in their home for meaningful family memories. He
also encourages fathers to carry the spirit of Elijah by loving and
zealously defending the multigenerational
NOTES for today's conversation
- Your house is a theme park for the values of
- The spirit of Elijah seeks to restore families,
while the spirit of Jezebel aims to destroy them.
- In today’s culture, the new “ideal” father is
the traditional mother.
- There’s too much at stake to abdicate your role
as a visionary, leading father.
Jeremy Pryor is a business
owner, creative entrepreneur, author, podcaster, and builder of
multiple movements with family at the core. Jeremy and his wife
have five children and reside in a multigenerational home near
- 8:50 - "I
want to be able to someday walk around a city and just see in the
houses and the neighborhoods and and the businesses and the
different expressions. I wish they were all just expressions of
- 21:20 - "One
of the reasons why Elijah is a multi-generational father or
patriarch is that he was the first prophet to set up schools of
prophets. He was the first prophet to have a successor that he had
trained and gave a double portion, which is the sons, the firstborn
sons portion of his spirit. This is why I believe it's really
important not to pinpoint a patriarch or fatherhood to married men.
He had sons all over the place. And now, he represents the
multi-generational father spirit in the scriptures."
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