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To All The Dad's Raising Courageous Children

It’s not uncommon for men to wrestle with feelings of inadequacy. This list should help you rediscover the meaning of true masculinity and fatherhood so that you can embrace your identity and purpose with new confidence.

Why Fathers Throw Children

Even in an age when we claim to have evolved beyond narrow gender stereotypes, fathers know their children need them. Good fathers challenge their children to take risks while keeping them safe.

Why Fathers Matter

Children who live with their fathers have more positive psychological, behavioral, and education outcomes. Also, children who live with their fathers are less likely to be delinquent or abuse drugs and alcohol.

Man Cubs Need Their Fathers - Break Point

One of the biggest worldwide hits of the summer—or any summer, for that matter—is The Jungle Book, Disney’s charming new interpretation of the Kipling classic. Children are eating up this film. But it’s not surprising that the intelligentsia, which once called the book a celebration of British imperialism, are now calling it racist garbage, not to mention politically incorrect.

25 Reasons why fathers still matter

Children whose fathers who showed more involvement with them at age seven (that is, more outings with fathers, more frequently read to by fathers, more interest shown by fathers in their education) tended to have higher levels of educational attainment as young adults than peers whose fathers showed less involvement early on.

Raising courageous kids

“Courage is not simply one of the virtues but the form of every virtue at the testing point, which means at the point of highest reality.”

Routines of Fatherhood

This team approach is so prevalent in dads; most children are spending healthy amounts of time and developing meaningful relationships with both their moms and their dads.

Laughter: The Fun of Fatherhood

My son Chance is now a teenager, which brings its own set of joys and challenges. A lot of things are changing — for him and for me. Some days we get along great, but of course we have our share of tension and disagreements. Some days he's a knucklehead, and I know I am, too, at times. So I need to be balanced as I relate to him.

National Center for Fathering

At the National Center for Fathering, we work to improve the lives of children and reverse the trends of fatherlessness by inspiring and equipping fathers, grandfathers and father figures to be actively engaged in the life of every child.

5 Ways to Connect With Your Daughter

Dad, connecting with your daughter is one of the most important things you can do with her. Setting time aside for moments to connect can shape the way that she will expect to be treated when she is older. What example are you setting?

The Case for Dedicated Dads

Research has shown that fathers, no matter what their income or cultural background, can play a critical role in their children’s education. When fathers are involved, their children learn more, perform better in school, and exhibit healthier behavior. Even when fathers do not share a home with their children, their active involvement can have a lasting and positive impact.

What Does It Take to Be a Good Father? Interview with Josh McDowell.

The greatest security of a child used to come from knowing that mom and dad loved him/her. About 20 years ago, with the explosion of divorce, this started to change. Now a child’s greatest security comes from knowing that his parents love each other and will not divorce.

Fatherhood Aborted

Engaging fathers is the next step in winning the pro-life effort. We need to make sure that fathers see the value of life as they influence the women around them.By reading this book, and encouraging your friends to read it, you will understand where the pro-life movement needs to go, and help be an ambassador for this important cause.

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