Pastoring with No RegretsHis son's words hit hard: "Dad, you were never home for dinner. You popped in and out for vacations because you were always marrying somebody or burying somebody or holding some revival." Listening to his son, the Rev. H.B. London realized he had made the same mistake as his own father: He placed his ministry and his church ahead of his family. London is speaking to pastors, but this broadcast is relevant for us all. Focus on the Family's Vice President of Church and Clergy Outreach shares moving stories illustrating how we can avoid regret by making family our top priority. A Tale of Two SonsAn absentee father, Holland London didn't take his son H.B. fishing or go to his football games. H.B. was left longing for a close relationship with his dad, like the one he observed between his cousin James Dobson and his father, James Dobson Sr. Dr. Dobson and H.B. London have a candid conversation about their experiences with their dads. Dr. Dobson and the Rev. London encourage fathers to invest all they can into their relationships with their kids and urge estranged parents to reconcile with their children.
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