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New Video: KB shares his heart and story about Fatherhood in Mini-Doc

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Reach Records artist KB sat down to talk with “This is Me TV,” to share his past hurt and future hope in fatherhood. KB also shared his heart about the story behind his biological father, growing up not knowing him, why he highlighted fatherhood in his latest album Tomorrow We Live, and the one thing every young man longs for. KB also got a little emotional on camera discussing the topic of fatherhood and its importance.

KB then gave advice to encourage men in fatherhood and in marriage.

“I think now, I feel comfortable accepting my brokenness. We shouldn’t back away from our truth. We shouldn’t apologize for our truth,” KB stated. He continued to say that, “One of the reasons why I don’t judge my biological father and hate him to any degree, is because I am broken as well, and given my circumstances and God’s grace on my life, I am where I am, but I am no better than him whatsoever.”

Previous episodes from “This Is Me TV” include Reach Records label-mates Lecrae and Tedashii.

About This is Me TV:  “This is Me TV exists to encourage and empower the online generation to live unashamed for God with purpose and passion as they use their God given gifts to influence culture. Young men need a voice of hope and clarity on what it means to be a man who follows Jesus. Our guests are a voice letting them know that Jesus is greater than anything the world has to offer, and that following Jesus is what is really worth giving your life for.”

Watch video below:

Question:

How important is fatherhood to you and in the lives young boys and girls?

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Mikaela "Laide Mak" McIntosh is an editor and reporter for Wadeoradio.com. She can also be heard on the Wade-O Radio Show. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Mass Media from Valdosta State University and a Master of Arts degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. You can follow her on Twitter @Mikaelalaidemak.

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