Your children may honor you on Father’s Day. And you can do something similar for your dad or a significant father figure.
Gaining insights about our fathers (or lack of a father) will give us needed perspective on our own fathering.
All children—at any age—need to be blessed verbally by their dads. Something isn’t quite complete without it.
Neil’s dad wasn’t perfect, but he demonstrated the kind of commitment that it takes to be an effective father.
How to Be a Better Dad by Sam Jones. “My challenge was figuring out how to give my children something I never received from my father.”
By Ken Canfield, Ph.D. Dad, do yourself a favor and watch this 3-minute video: “Beginnings. The older you get, the more rare they become.” “Endings are too often on my mind. I pray for new beginnings.” This video challenges us to think about beginnings and endings. I...
by Rashad Smith "Your dad has cancer that has spread all over his body..." was the text message that I received from my sister Keisha who heard the information from our Uncle Barney who has been more than a father than Bobby could dream of. I texted back, "That's...
as told to Brock Griffin / fathers.com We are just finishing up National Bullying Prevention Month, and it’s definitely worth recognizing in today’s world. We would all be wise to learn more about the challenges related to bullying and find ways to be part of a...
Dan, Jerry, and Vonnie: stories from people in hospice care that illustrate the powerful, multi-generational impact we all have as fathers.
by Ryan Nelson: I could probably father so much more effectively if I would just invite my kids alongside me as I do the things I love.