THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Ken Gordon, Jr! Ken speaks on the responsibility of men during and after divorce. He is an advocate for men and fathers, while calling on men to lean into responsibilities and work actively to banish the narratives of the “dead beat dad”. He preaches that positive relationships and a father’s love for his children is built on engagement. Ken is inspiring, enthusiastic, and motivating.
Ken is a pastor, bestselling author, business executive, husband, father and a dedicated servant leader to his community and congregation. He and I sit down for a genuinely real conversation about his time attending The Citadel (The Military College of South Carolina) and the lessons learned from interactions with a diverse core of student demographics which led to him authoring “Bad Dogs – A Black Cadet in Dixie”. We also discuss the situations that led to authoring the “Pancake Dad” and how it led to a 12-book engaged dad children’s series. To purchase books or to connect with ken go to https://www.dadsoffaith.com/.
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