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.
Some of the most memorable moments in a persons life are those times spent with dad. Maybe it’s because generally, a child spends less time with dad than with their mother making those moments with dad that much more meaningful. This doesn’t diminish the time spent with mom. But time spent with dad becomes etched […]
Today’s post is from another guest author, Barry Williams. Barry is a colleague of mine at FamilyLife. He is passionate about being a dad and communicating that passion to other dads by being an involved father. In his day jobs, Barry has been helping ministries develop and implement technology strategies for over 15 years. He […]
During a holiday where we typically celebrate with those we love and share those things we are grateful for (and direct that thankfulness accordingly, in our case, toward God), I must admit that my focus has been limited to being faced with the truth of my beloved mother-in-law’s seemingly limited time on this earth. Tributes […]
1st of a 2-part series of how Dads can connect their sons and daughters to themselves and other men and women. Previously I wrote a series of “Dad as…” blog posts. (see the DadPad archives to read them). They were Dad as Coach, Counselor and Consultant. Here’s another—Dad as Connector. Outdoor activities like hunting, fishing […]
Terra Firma Man is afraid of heights. I don’t know what trauma gave birth to my acrophobia. But Terra Firma Man met his match last week.
As father’s we want to leave a legacy to our children that will make a difference in their lives for good and build into the legacies they’ll leave to their children and their children’s children. We will take turns sharing the things we hope our children remember us for long past Father’s day! Gregg Stutts says…
Tucked into the many hours of video taken of my kids from years gone by are the raw life footage that fuels their learning today.