Just Use Your Words Wisely. Just Be DAD.

How to Use Your Speech to Build Up Your Children by Randell D. Turner, Ph.D. From our earliest days on the playground, we’ve heard this familiar quote: “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but names can never hurt you.” Although those may have been useful words...

Just Demonstrate Healthy Emotions. Just Be DAD.

by Sam J. Jones   Fathers find it difficult to show emotions to their children and spouses. That’s what I have noticed after more than a decade of training fathers through the National Center for Fathering “Quenching the Father-Thirst: Developing a Dad” curriculum....

Just Be a Spiritual Mentor. Just Be DAD.

by Steve Wilson   My second oldest child is living in England for several months while interning in her field of work. We’ve kept up with her adventure through the standard media of the day—Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Skype and iCloud Photo Sharing. It’s been fun...

26 Ways to be a Championship Father

What is a Championship Father? It is a dad who is dedicated to living out the five fundamentals that our research at NCF has identified in great dads: Loving, Coaching and Modeling their own children; Encouraging other kids; and Enlisting other dads. How exactly can...

Just Connect Face-to-Face, Just Be DAD

(dad, wer r u ???) by Dave Clark   The xperts say that txtn is vry addictive and can suck out time n r lifes that we can b spending w/ r fam. Ppl get so preoccupied w/ wut evry1 else is doin that they 4get bout ther own family. We need 2 spend mor time w/ r fam and...

Just Raise Honorable Sons. Just Be DAD.

5 Important Ways to Shape Your Boys by Rick Johnson   One of the character traits sorely lacking in our culture today is that of masculine honor. Dads who want their boys to grow up to be good men, fathers, and leaders of their family will strive to teach this...