Jun 10, 2021
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Becky Thompson is a bestselling author and the creator of the
Midnight Mom Devotional community, gathering over one million moms
in nightly prayer. Speaking hope into the struggle of balancing
life as a wife mother, and daughter of God, Becky has become the
voice of modern Christian motherhood. You can learn more about
Becky’s top Christian podcast, Revived Motherhood, or find more of
her work by visiting BeckyThompson.com. Becky lives near Nashville
with her husband, Jared, and their three children.
Dr. Mark R. Pitts
Dr. Mark R. Pitts is a graduate of the University of Tulsa Law
School. He is an ordained pastor and a well-known Bible teacher in
the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, area where he lives with his wife,
Susan. They have been married for 41 years and have two adult
daughters and three grandchildren. In 2019, Mark created the
Midnight Dad Devotional online community with his daughter, Becky
Thompson, the creator of the Midnight Mom Devotional. Mark enjoys
teaching Scripture and praying for dads.
FATHERS FOR THE FATHERLESS
—MINNEAPOLIS, MN — August 28th, 2021
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- Text “DAD” to 651-370-8618 to join the text list.
- Monday, June 21st. Just
write down DadAWESOME day
- 02:25 - Midnight Dad Devotional One Hundred Devotions
and Prayers to Connect Dads Just Like You to the Father.
- 3:47 - What if our kids inspire us to be dream
- 3:55 - "I love that because to me, being a dream
chaser is being a God chaser. You know, I don't think that we can
ever separate the two."
- 5:30 - Learning the Father's love from her dad.
- 7:14 - We don't just have a heavenly father that
parents us. We have a heavenly father who fathers us.
- 9:21 - "That's and that's also whole all scriptural
that we are supposed to improve, if you will, improve our children,
if they are supposed to be, we want them to be better than us. We
don't just want them to have a better life, be more fortunate, be
more prosperous. We want them to be better than us. We want them to
take what we have to give them what God has breathed into them,
into into us, and therefore we breathe into them and that they are
going to take that and go much farther than we could have ever
- 10:42 - "Our prayer is that men will see themselves as
God sees them. We've already talked about that as they are as the
warriors they are, fighting in the trenches for their families
against all odds, overcoming every trial that comes their way."
Quote from Midnight Dad's devotional
- 13:03 - "You, father, dad, are going where you're
going. This is supposed to help you know, that you have a heavenly
father who's going to get you there, who's going to help you
accomplish that, where no other human can help you as well as your
heavenly father can help you."
- 15:16 - "So here's the thing about Noah is that he
invited his sons to build with him, that it was a family build,
that Noah got the download and it required the help of his whole
family to create what would be for the whole family. And so I think
as dads are listening and they're like, well, this is what God has
called me to. It's not just for them. It's with them that there
isn't anything that God calls a parent to, that he doesn't also
call the children to participate in."
- 16:45 - "It's the difference between that and
fathering, which says I'm going to intentionally stay relational
with you. I'm going to care not about what you did today, but how
it made you feel. And then I'm going to invite you into my story of
what God is doing in me. And the only way for a child to see the
impact of what God is doing in the father is if he intentionally
makes the decision to include his children in what he's going
through and how he feels about it. And and I think that's what it
means to build with it."
- 22:14 - "it was the promise of presence, which
is I am certain that I will see and experience this goodness of the
Lord in the land of the living, not just know about it, not just
here about it, not someday."
- 22:52 - You can never have more. It's the one thing
you could never fully possess because there's always more to gain
that the act of having more means that you have to always be
reaching and going and trying. - Quoting her dad
- You can never achieve more, you can never actually hold more. I
want to tell him that this is going to be a lifetime
- 26:57 - "I have made spectacular failures as a as a
parent. I have never made a failure as a father because my heart is
pure, my heart is true. And what I want for my children is what my
heavenly father wants for me."