True Fathers provide the family with a name or identity, provisions, a sense of security, a sense of belongingness, and a sense of purpose. These things prevent the family from experiencing the “orphan’s spirit.” All in all, everyone belongs to someone, whether a natural or spiritual orphan. It is up to fathers in this season to pursue their sons, that is, to seek reconciliation. This then brings a reciprocal action from the sons. This turning is repentance; it is a total change in loyalties. As long as fathers stay disconnected from sons, there will be a disruption in the earth of generational transference of divine purpose. The curse of this is that the son accomplishes much less than his father’s generation. Jesus said the apostles would do greater works than He. Real fathers need to have this same goal for their sons. They must NOT leave them orphaned.
Dr. Everett has invested many years of studying the Word of God. He is a voice of reformation that is relevant, revolutionary, inspirational, and thought-provoking. His other published works are: The Mystery of Melchisedec, The Sound That Changed Everything, God’s Kingdom, and The New Testament Principle of Kingdom Stewardship. His passion is for the development and maturation of the body of Christ in love and unity in order to fulfill the Great Command and Commission. Dr. Everett is a global igniter helping to lay the groundwork for a new generation of kingdom reformers from Estonia to South Africa even Japan. He and his wife Michelle reside in Cape Coral, FL and together they have nine adult children.