DFW Dad for Life.

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Buen dia! Good day! I am glad you are back. What makes me a DFW dad? As you might have noticed I'm from DFW. I've lived in the Dallas and the Fort Worth areas of Texas, for most of my life.  In my childhood, my family moved throughout Dallas a few times before I graduated, and I've worked in two different areas around DFW since then. I left DFW for about 10 years, during which I completed college and my first 2 ministry positions. It was also during this time, when I also got married and had 2 of my 3 children.  But, I've been back in DFW for 4 years, and we've had another child.  My sisters, and parents still live in north DFW, and I, along with my wife and 3 kids, reside on the south side of DFW. So I'm constantly making treks across the DFW metroplex to see family, meet up with friends, go to family attractions, and do ministry events. 

Just today, our family went to the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus at the Fort Worth Convention Center, because Gena won tickets.

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It was our second time.  A couple years ago, we went to the one in downtown Dallas, at the AAC. Gena and the boys prefer the one in Dallas, while I prefer the one at Fort Worth. Dallas is bigger, and makes for difficult navigating during business hours. Fort Worth is smaller, and less busy, which made it much more enjoyable for me. The only part about Dallas I like better is that the parking meters take credit cards.  Fort Worth hasn't quite got those going for them yet. I guess you could say that when it comes to living in DFW, we have a lot of experiences.  My hope is that you'll benefit from those experiences and from what I've learned along the way.  I know for one thing, the best thing I will share with anyone, is to love God, and love others.  Do what it takes to keep those things first.

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Ben is the youth minister husband of @gingercasa1 and father of three awesome boys, ages 9, 7, and 4! He loves sports, music, and ministry and hanging out with his family.

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