Category Archives for "Parenting"

Why Empathy Matters to the Little Girl with No Daddy
Jan 27

Why Empathy Matters to the Little Girl with No Daddy

By Steve Austin | empathy , Parenting , relationships

“If you can learn a simple trick, Scout, you’ll get along a lot better with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” – Atticus Finch in To Kill a MockingbirdYesterday, my daughter […]

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Feb 06

A Spiritual Misfit’s Journey: Faith Like Lego’s

By Steve Austin | Best of Messy Grace , faith , Family , Messy Grace , Parenting , Recovery , Religious Recovery , The Struggle With Church

My little boy is a Lego-maniac. He’s only six-years-old, but he’s got a brilliant imagination and is meticulous with the details. At least once a month, his grandmother takes him to a “build night” at the local Lego store. Forthe first few months, on build nights, Ben would get a small kit and follow the […]

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Jun 27

The Truth about Parenting, Recovery, and Messy Grace (Video)

By Steve Austin | Best of Messy Grace , Current Events , faith , Family , Marriage , Messy Grace , Parenting , Recovery , Recovery from a Suicid...

On Father’s Day 2017, I had the incredible honor of speaking at Unity of Birmingham on the truth about parenting, recovery, and messy grace. The title of my talk is, “Eat Your Heart Out, James Dobson,” and I got really honest for a few minutes as we discussed the messiness of life, faith, parenting, and more. I […]

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