Sign on for a Lifetime Commitment

Sign on for a Lifetime Commitment

Joey was spending the night with a friend across town. The two boys stayed up late into the night playing, as friends like to do, and finally made it into bed around 1:30 in the morning. But it wasn’t long before Joey woke up after a nightmare, and the scary images...
Clarify Your Vision (With Help from a Former Mob Boss)

Clarify Your Vision (With Help from a Former Mob Boss)

by Michelle Watson, PhD, LPC I don’t know if Twitter is your thing or not. For me, it used to be an overwhelming foreign world, but over time I’ve discovered that it’s not nearly as scary as I first thought and it’s proved to be a superhighway for connecting with...
COVID-19: Are you getting the message, dad?

COVID-19: Are you getting the message, dad?

Just a few months ago, some of you observed Lent by denying yourself something for a given time, whether it was a certain food or something else you normally do. The discipline of fasting is similar—usually done for spiritual or health reasons—where someone goes...
Video: Stay Connected to Your Daughter

Video: Stay Connected to Your Daughter

Our good friend Rick Wertz enlisted help from his adult daughter, Amanda, to describe ways dads can stay connected to their daughters. It’s short video, but you’ll be challenged with some simple but powerful action steps. (And she provides some good ideas...
Rudy’s Legacy: 25 Ways to Live Out Healthy Manhood

Rudy’s Legacy: 25 Ways to Live Out Healthy Manhood

by Randell Turner, Ph.D. With May being National Foster Care Month, I can’t help thinking about Rudy, my foster father who passed away in 2015. Although he is gone, the memorable moments during my time living with him will forever remain. His faithful influence...
COVID Cabin Fever? 10 Ways to Connect with Your Kids

COVID Cabin Fever? 10 Ways to Connect with Your Kids

by Jay Payleitner Dads, all of us need to realize that our kids are watching. And how we respond during this crazy pandemic season is going to impact how they will respond to various crises in their own lives for decades to come. No pressure, Dad. But you have a bit...

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