We help our clients get rid of the beliefs that cause their orphan mentality.


Life Song Resources is dedicated to more and better equipped fathers as well as healing for those that grew up fatherless. Through coaching and resource materials we help our clients understand their orphan mindset. All healing begins with revelation. You have to know you have a problem in order to fix it.

More than 20 million children in the U.S. are living in a fatherless home

of fatherless families are more likely to raise children in poverty
of all adolescent substance abusers come from a fatherless home
of adolescents in psychiatric hospitals come from fatherless homes
of adolescents in juvenile correctional facilities come from fatherless homes
of rapists were raised in fatherless homes
of teen pregnancies happen in fatherless homes

Millions more have dads who are physically present, but emotionally absent

Every child longs to know and bond with their father. When their father is either absent, abusive or neglectful they don't know how to process that. This is where other adults have to step in.
In simple terms fatherlessness is the state of being without a father. That is to say not connected or bonded to a dad. The questions that form identity and self worth go unanswered.
Where did I come from? Why am a here? Am I significant? Is there purpose and meaning to my life? Dads answer these questions one way or another.
A broken filter in which an individual thinks, processes and interprets their world.
Examples would be : no parents, alone, unaccountable, unwanted, unimportant, unworthy, abandoned, victim standpoint
How you see God is the most important thing relationally. From beginning to end, the single metaphor God chooses to be known as Father. God exists in relationship. The Holy Trinity goes from Father, to son, to Holy Spirit. It is family relationship in its highest order. It all begins with the Father. Without a father, there is no son.

You can make a difference


A lot of people struggle with relationships and interacting on a social level in today’s society, yet most don’t know the root issue to their problems. Even if you are an involved dad or had an involved dad, you, your children and grandchildren will be growing up in a culture of absent fathers and unfathered children. The epidemic of fatherlessness affects every kind of people and relationship. By supporting Lifesong Resources you will help make a difference in your life, the lives of your family and friends and the world for years to come.


Join us in healing and restoring the broken hearted.  

Who are we?


We believe in the Father heart of God. It doesn’t take much to see the fatherlessness and the orphan mindset in the world around us and sometimes in ourselves.


Steve and Joni Delaney are a husband and wife team of over 36 years who have a heart for broken and hurting families and lost children.

Their response to the burden of helping hurting children and families has lead them to parent 27 foster children at two Children’s homes and touch countless lives while working with Family Coaching in Lubbock Texas.

Who Do We Help?


Individuals raised by single mothers

Individuals emotionally neglected by fathers

The father who wants to love his family unconditionally

Foster children

Blended families

Foster Parents and Guardians

How Are Lives Changed?


Significantly reduced risk of poverty and crime

Improved communication skills

Learning to appreciate differences

Resolved conflict

Mended relationships

Improved functionality in society

How can you help?


We would be honored to partner with you in healing the broken hearted starting with the root of the issue, fatherlessness. In 3 steps you can start changing the world.

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“To change ourselves effectively, we first had to change our perceptions. We see the world, not as it is, but as we are — or, as we are conditioned to see it. We must look at the lens through we see the world, as well as the world we see, and that the lens itself shapes how we interpret the world. It’s not what happens to us, but our response to what happens to us that hurts us. How different our lives are when we really know what is deeply important to us, and keeping that picture in mind, we manage ourselves each day to be and to do what really matters most.”




-Stephen R. Covey