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5 Great Dad-Responses to Tragedy

My heart breaks for those families in Connecticut. They’re supposed to be getting ready to celebrate Christmas, but they’re getting…
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Papa Joe Demonstrates the Very Best of Fatherhood

  This story really inspires me. Just a few weeks back, I had the privilege of watching a promotional DVD…
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Everyday Heroes: It’s an Honor to Be a Good Father (and Father Figure)

  Leading up to Father’s Day, we’re honoring everyday heroes—real dads who are great examples of Championship Fathering. This week’s example…
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Social Renewal (and Being a Good Dad) Happens One at a Time

  I have to tell you about Sugar Bear. He’s fifty-five, and he’ll tell you that the worst day of…
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Being a Good Dad Outside Your Home

This week, I’m coming to you with a challenge … It’s one thing to be a committed father in your…
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Greg and Brett: The Power of a Father Figure

If you have the privilege of being a dad, you are fortunate; don't take it for granted.

Moving Video: A Perfect Father Figure

A recent story featured on ESPN's "Outside the Lines" epitomizes the Championship Fathering fundamental of Encouraging Other Kids.

Youth Violence – What Fathers Can Do

The brutal murder of a 16-year-old boy in Chicago several weeks ago has brought youth violence to the headlines once again. Many leaders agree that this latest example is one more wake-up call for our nation to take action to combat some alarming trends, but in all of the talk, there are few viable solutions recommended.

Lessons of a Big Brother and Mentor

A Dad’s Point-Of-View

One of the clichés about volunteerism is that "you get more than you give." In my case, it was true in ways and means I least expected. I’ve just become a Big Brother, again, to a 7-year-old boy and a mentor to a 23-year-old young man. As these relationships are new, I don’t yet know what lessons I will learn. But I know well the lessons I learned the first time around.

A Game of Hope (Must-See Video)

An amazing story of hope comes from Texas high school football. Kris Hogan, coach of the Faith Christian Lions in Grapevine, looked at his team’s schedule and noticed that they’d be playing against Gainesville State School, a correctional facility for teens. Leading up to that game, he had an out-of-the-box idea:


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