On this episode of DadPOD you will go on a ride with me through the city of Little Rock. Thought about taking you along as I thought about the value of our time, especially when we embark upon seasons like graduation and weddings and living with no regrets. I read the following quote yesterday…
Remember Sunday school growing up? I don’t, really. I went to church a few times as a kid but it was not part of our family ritual. And, as I have shared in previous posts, my dad came over on Sunday’s to pick me up and that was our day together. So, I only heard […]
Family. Just the mention of that word will elicit warm, fond and joyful memories and thoughts or anger and pain. There is no other word which has that kind of effect on our soul. Family. It’s where we are shaped and our earliest memories of life are deposited into our development bank account. The impact of those early days on how we developed later in life is significant. This is why the kinds of questions that we will answer in this weeks Leaving Your Legacy journal will either be fondly recalled or hard to bring to the surface of our minds.
When did you first learn about sex and who told you? Don’t answer that here! This was one of last weeks questions on DadPad’s Leaving Your Legacy project. Want to leave more than a memory to your children? Join us on this project to leave more of ourselves to our family.
What will you leave your children? I’m not referring to money. I’m more concerned about the father’s legacy you’ll be leaving them. Join us in this great project that will help you leave something more than a memory to your children!
What does it mean when we say you are Leaving Your Legacy? Your legacy is being left everyday, isn’t it? Yes and no. We can leave more than just a memory by spending some time recording our life and preserving it for our children. Join us in this project. Not too late to start!
What do your children know about you as a kid, what did you do when you were their age? Join us on the journey to leave a legacy of our lives to our children, before we are just a memory. Time to leave a memory that matters.
What will you leave your children when you leave this earth? Will it really matter? Solomon feared leaving riches to foolish heirs. Can you really leave something more important than money? How about a piece of yourself? Join the DadPad and start a project that will conclude with you leaving something much more valuable than money or material things.
How well did you know your dad? What did he do when he was a kid? What games did he play? What kind of music did he like? If you’re like me, you probably don’t know those questions or didn’t know them until you started asking him later in life. What do you kids know about you? This is a chance to leave them a lasting legacy of the man you are, past, present and future. Join DadPad in this Legacy leaving challenge.