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Encouraging Other Kids

In order to truly change the culture, men who pursue Championship Fathering need to reach out to at least one child who doesn't have a father. Those kids need loving, coaching and modeling from a mentor or father-figure. This is one way we can all make a difference.

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Friday, 24 June 2011 Greg & Brett: The Power of a Father Figure the dads @ fathers.com 1854
Thursday, 02 September 2010 Moving Video: A Perfect Father Figure the dads @ fathers.com 4276
Friday, 16 October 2009 Youth Violence - What Fathers Can Do the dads @ fathers.com 3363
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 Lessons of a Big Brother and Mentor Bruce Sallan 3044
Thursday, 26 February 2009 A Game of Hope (Must-See Video) the dads @ fathers.com 9793
Tuesday, 24 June 2008 It's All About Kids Chuck Slocum 3138
Tuesday, 20 May 2008 Will you be my daddy? the dads @ fathers.com 4394
Tuesday, 20 May 2008 At the Park with Ryan Carey Casey 3879
Tuesday, 20 May 2008 Two Essays from Fatherless Kids Carey Casey 5441
 
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  • Loving  ( 20 items )

    Research at the National Center for Fathering identified 6 key areas of fathering—skills and attributes that all dads can have in mind as they seek to improve. Those 6 fit under the larger fundamentals of Loving, Coaching and Modeling, and are described in greater detail in Carey Casey’s book, Championship Fathering.

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    LOVING is made up of:

    Loving Your Kids

    Loving Your Wife / Child’s Mother

  • Coaching  ( 22 items )

    Research at the National Center for Fathering identified 6 key areas of fathering—skills and attributes that all dads can have in mind as they seek to improve. Those 6 fit under the larger fundamentals of Loving, Coaching and Modeling, and are described in greater detail in Carey Casey’s book, Championship Fathering.

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    The 2 dimensions of COACHING are:

    Involvement

    Insight

  • Modeling  ( 13 items )

    Research at the National Center for Fathering identified 6 key areas of fathering—skills and attributes that all dads can have in mind as they seek to improve. Those 6 fit under the larger fundamentals of Loving, Coaching and Modeling, and are described in greater detail in Carey Casey’s book, Championship Fathering.

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    MODELING is lived out through:

    Consistency

    Faith/Values

  • Enlisting Other Dads  ( 4 items )

    To win the culture wars, it's going to take great teamwork. Fathers need each other to be great dads, and often it takes one man challenging his friend for that friend to step up and join the team. One of the ways we can all leave a legacy beyond our own families is by engaging other fathers around us.


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