What do you do for overcoming fear in your life? What fears did you have as a kid? What fears do your kids have? Fears are almost always unfounded but they are real. Overcoming fears as a child is a big step to learning how to overcome fears as an adult.
We are preparing a journal as dads to leave to our children. It’s a journal that requires us to answer some questions about our past, our interests, some personal exposes and other information (fun and serious) that we are recording for the benefit of our children and our legacy. The questions are coming out of a book entitled, A Father’s Legacy: Your Life Story in Your Own Words, by J. Countryman, a division of Thomas Nelson publishing.
children are in the mid/early 20’s they are going to a lot of weddings. And, of course, many of our friends are near our age and their children at the “marrying” ages. This week’s leaving a legacy questions focus on our marriage and relationship with “mom”.
Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? I had some anger issues as a child. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize it then. I mean, I guess I knew when I’d have outbursts of anger. I wasn’t numb. But, I didn’t see it as a problem or something that needed attention or that it indicated a deeper seeded issue […]
Have you enjoyed digging through the recesses of your memory on things you may not have thought about for years? This week’s questions may conger up more of those kinds of memories—at least they did for me. How are you leaving your legacy to your kids?
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 legacy are you leaving your kids. First, you are leaving the one your living. But there’s a story buried in each of us that our children need to hear about too. It’s what makes us what we are and part of leaving them with a fathers legacy. Join us in this project to share your life with your children (and maybe finding a bit about yourself in the process).
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.