Encourage Great Fathering


Dads are so important to each and every child. But there are many children out there without a father in their life, and countless more with a father who is physically present but not engaged at all. To change this culture, it is going to take teamwork from a team of great fathers. Dads need each other, whether we like to admit it or not, to be challenged and encouraged to grow. Check out our ideas for encouraging other dads in their fathering in this week’s Tools for the Journey: Encourage Great Fathering.

What ways have you been encouraged or encouraged other dads? Share in the comments below!

Watch the replay of the Fathering Breakthrough Event

Join Dr. Ken Canfield and a handful of friends and partners as we give an update about our efforts to inspire and equip fathers all over the world.

There may be no more important work than turning the hearts of fathers to their children, and that’s what this is all about. We’re seeking to repair, rebuild and restore effective fathering for the benefit of children and families everywhere.