For months, Glenn has been telling everyone about a man named Ken Hutcherson, aka Hutch. On radio, TV, in the office, at live events - Glenn has made it known that Hutch would be a big part of the movement taking place in this country. This fall, TheBlaze will air a four episode mini-series featuring Hutch, and on Wednesday night viewers got a sneak peek at this fascinating new series.
Since Hutch has been diagnosed with Stage Four cancer, he knows that he only has a little time left on Earth, and he doesn't want to waste a moment. His new show will explore the messages, stories, and lessons he wishes to share with the world before his death. From fatherhood to mortality, his ministry to the new civil rights movement, Hutch will broach these topics and much more with his typical candor and wisdom.
During the sneak peek, Hutch spent a lot of his time on the importance of fathers.
"Just because you can have a child, does not make you a father," Hutch said. "Raising a child rightly makes you a father. Makes you a good father when you take responsibility...responsibility comes along with fatherhood."
Watch Hutch's message on fatherhood below:
But Hutch isn't telling fathers to step up and be a part of their kid's lives because it makes the world all warm and fuzzy. No, the facts show that kids coming from broken homes where the father doesn't play a role in their lives end up suffering because of it.
Hutch lays out the facts on fatherhood: