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3 responses to “I Don’t Want To Be A Good Parent. Here’s Why You Might Not Either.”

  1. Diane Wiley says:

    Beautifully written, Kevin, and thank you for posting, Katie. I would add that this truth about settling for “good” rather than ”great” applies to all of us. Thanks to God’s amazing mercy, we can have the “great” – the banquet – if we just say yes!

  2. Brittany says:

    This is such a powerful and convicting message. We can miss out on what’s the most important focusing on things that will not save our children. Thank you for this piece ❤️

  3. Rhoda says:

    I love the parables in the Bible and you have put the icing on this parable. I pray that God will help me not settle to be a good parent but put my priority where it matters. Our actions speak loud in regards to our priorities.

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