Find ways to represent the best of fatherhood where you are, no matter what you end up doing on Father’s Day.
How to Be a Better Dad by Randell Turner: We all need a “Fellowship of Fathers”: men getting together to encourage, learn from, and develop relationships with each other.
As dads, our smiles can bestow confidence and approval upon our children. If a child knows that his dad delights in him, then already the world is a better place.
A Dad’s Stupid Quest for Masculinity by Mike McCormick Recently, my 14-year-old son and I were riding ATVs in the Rocky Mountains on a father-son bonding weekend. At one point, we encountered a particularly treacherous incline. It had snowed that morning, and the...
If you’re like many men, you love being a dad. It speaks to something deep within you. But sometimes it gets hard, and you get discouraged. Nothing seems to work with your kids, and the payoffs are few and far between.
by Jay Payleitner – Maybe Father’s Day should not be about me. And just maybe it shouldn’t be about you either.
Maybe you saw the inspiring story involving a man out on a date for Valentine’s Day. His date for the evening was his six-year-old daughter.
Our children’s education is so incredibly important. And our dedication to our children’s education can help them succeed.
Dads benefit from tips and insights about what our children need from us and how to make the most of our efforts.
We can’t recommend this as a great example of small groups, but the characters do at least talk about supporting each other and demonstrate some open sharing about life.