Be Intentional About Legacy

Be Intentional About Legacy

by Ken Canfield, Ph.D. How do you want to be remembered, dad? What are you leaving behind for future generations? I have two examples of legacy and then some questions to ask yourself as you consider the legacy you’re creating with your family. First is Gary. He was...
Ways to Help Kids Appreciate Freedom

Ways to Help Kids Appreciate Freedom

Do your kids appreciate their freedom as Americans? Do they really understand that many of the privileges we enjoy are a direct result of sacrifices of men and women who have served our country? It’s easy for kids to grow up thinking Independence Day is about picnics,...
An Opportunity to Help More Fathers Thrive

An Opportunity to Help More Fathers Thrive

Dear Friend of Fathers, The National Center for Fathering would appreciate your consideration and help. We are in the midst of rebuilding the Center. A little over two years ago, I was encouraged to come back and provide leadership at NCF after being away for over...
Taylor’s Father’s Day Tribute to His Dad

Taylor’s Father’s Day Tribute to His Dad

Kids often write straight from the heart. Here at NCF, there are few things we like more than talking about great dads. We also know there’s nothing quite like hearing it from a child. So, this Father’s Day week, here’s another tribute to a dad written by a second...
Neil’s Father’s Day Tribute to His Dad

Neil’s Father’s Day Tribute to His Dad

How will you show appreciation for your dad this Father’s Day? Here’s a tribute from a man named Neil about his father. As he wrote, “All too often, so little is said about men who make great sacrifices for their children.” He continued: My dad was part of what Tom...

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