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December 01, 2009


Reuben Addis

It's really interesting to hear of another dad who's primary identity is now to do with family and community rather then carer. I've met a few other dads who either through positive choice or through circumstances end up in this sort of role. It does seem that the church can make space for men to make sense of this new "masculinity" rather then being scared at the break down of traditional gender roles. How do we parent small children in a "male" way, or build community or support family members. The answers must be somewhere in the way Christ gave up status and power.

Dannijella Dragas

Lowell very very proud of you. Your wife is extremely lucky.

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