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The Value of Mentoring Fatherless Boys, Part 4

Air Date 01/17/2019

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Not every child has the benefit of having both parents around to raise them. John and Danny talk about how different children deal with having an absent parent. Featuring John Smithbaker and Scott MacNaughton.

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Guest

John Smithbaker

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John Smithbaker is the co-founder of Fathers in the Field, an organization dedicated to helping fatherless boys experience the love and faithfulness of their Heavenly Father while teaching them life skills through outdoor activities. John had built a distinguished career as CEO of Brunton Group, a leading manufacturer of outdoor adventure products, until he stepped down from the company in 2012 to focus full-time on his ministry. Learn more about John and Fathers in the Field by visiting the ministry's website, www.fathersinthefield.com.

Guest

Scott MacNaughton

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Scott MacNaughton is the co-founder of Fathers in the Field, an organization dedicated to helping fatherless boys experience the love and faithfulness of their Heavenly Father while teaching them life skills through outdoor activities. Scott is also the senior pastor of the church in which Fathers in the Field got its start as a church program with co-founder John Smithbaker. Learn more about Scott and Fathers in the Field by visiting the ministry's website, www.fathersinthefield.com.