We’ve all seen out-of-control parents at youth sports events. But some research gives dads a better option for encouraging our kids.
With all the uncertainty in today’s world, we must not underestimate what a difference it makes when kids feel safe, loved, valued, and heard.
A group of teenagers provides insights into topics they wish they could talk about with their dads.
Dr. Michelle Watson Canfield: “There’s just something about seeing a daddy protecting his little girl that has a way of reaching in and touching a deep place in all of us.”
We’re thinking about them–what’s happening in their world. We’re stepping out of our own issues and concerns and being all about theirs.
by Randell Turner: When we don’t allow ourselves to dig deep into our emotions, it robs our relationships of true intimacy and growth.
All children—at any age—need to be blessed verbally by their dads. Something isn’t quite complete without it.
How to Be a Better Dad by Rick Wertz – I woke up to the reality that there are many ways dads provide for their families beyond finances.
How to Be a Better Dad by Dave Clark – There is a real need right now for fathers who love, serve and lead their families, and who are not afraid to be tender.