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Dad’s Involvement: Dinnertime and Other Purposeful Investments

Family Eating An Al Fresco Meal

From saying grace to “May I be excused,” how long is a typical family dinner in your home? Or is…
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How to Bond with Your Daughter

How to Be a Dad Daughter Wants to Be the Center of Your Attention

How do you connect with your daughter? Earlier this year, some research came out of Baylor University with some powerful…
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Dad, Impress Character and Values on Your Children

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Several weeks ago I wrote about coaching our kids’ character with an example from the movie When the Game Stands…
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Time with Kids: No Leftovers, Dad

Time with Kids: No Leftovers How to be a Dad

Dad, what are you focused on today? An important project at work? Some weekend activity that’s planned? A “honey do”…
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Stand Tall and Coach Your Kids’ Character

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Responsibility. Commitment. Forgiveness. Leadership. Brotherhood. And yes, a good dose of football thrown in. I’m describing some key ideas from…
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Stand Tall at Your Kids’ Games—But Don’t Lose Perspective

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How do you handle your kids’ sports endeavors? It’s a common struggle. Our own ego can be so tied up…
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Driving Adventure: A Parable for Dads

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My 17-year-old son was stranded. He called in the evening just after dark. Chance was at a friend’s house about…
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Don’t Be a Disney Dad – Guest Blog

Father Saying Goodbye To Children As They Leave For School

We’ll be featuring another guest blog this week, this time from Scott Moore, a new friend in South Carolina who…
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60-Second Hug: Be a Dad Who Comforts

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Back when I was a younger dad with three children at home, during the summer we would often take our kids to…
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Help our Nation—Be a Great Father

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As we prepare to celebrate the birth of our nation, I have three brief thoughts for your fathering: First, a…
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