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This Little Boy's Dad

Trent Griffith

I may never be as clever as my neighbor down the street,

I may never be as wealthy as some other men that I’ll meet

What is Marriage?

Trent Griffith

After many years of teaching, preaching, and counseling on God’s purpose and plan for marriage, I have a lot to say on the subject.

Grab and Release

Trent Griffith

Everything I ever needed to know about parenting I learned when I took the training wheels off Leah’s bike. At four years old she begged me to release her from the enslavement of those extra wheels that were slowing her down.

Out Of This World

Trent Griffith

I’ll never forget my son’s two-year-old birthday party. My wife, Andrea was frantically preparing to host a basketball-themed extravaganza where the crowning jewel would be cupcakes decorated to resemble basketballs.

The Last Rhymeless Poem

Trent Griffith

While digging through boxes in storage looking for Christmas lights I came across one of my most valued treasures. It is a poem I wrote in 1985 as a 17-year-old senior in High School.

Why Don't You Grow Up

Trent Griffith

One of these days you’ll shout, “Why don’t you kids grow up and act your age?” And they will. 
Or you’ll say, “Kids get outside and find something to do, and don’t slam the door!” And they won’t.

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