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Happy Father’s Day from IBCD

June 16, 2017

Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 18. We wanted to remind our supporters that if you do your shopping at, Amazon will donate to IBCD. Simple click the address above to access Amazon through IBCD’s unique charity link.

We also wanted to highlight some resources from our library for dads, especially Milton Vincent’s great audio Amazon Grace for Dads Who Fall Short. Many Christian men feel overwhelmed by failure in their role as a father. This talk will seek to encourage dads with the grace God has for them and help them get a vision of the amazing opportunity they have to teach their children about His grace.

Other Related Resources:

“Parenting in Weakness” by Dave Harvey

“You Never Stop Being a Parent” by Jim Newheiser

“Gospel-Centered Parenting” by Jessica Thompson


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    The Institute for Biblical Counseling & Discipleship exists to strengthen churches in one another care by offering training, counseling resources, events, and free resources that are helpful to anyone interested in learning how to better help others.

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