A Reminder to Dads About Their Daughters

One of our holiday traditions is to host a Polish dinner event.  Part of this experience is called the sharing of oplatek in which members of each family go around the table and wish a blessing to each person.  This is usually called the “cry-fest” by the high school aged kids among us. This year, … Continue reading A Reminder to Dads About Their Daughters

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6 BIBLICAL TECHNIQUES TO BECOMING A BETTER FATHER

Sonora Dodd was inspired by the selflessness of her father. So much so that she held the first FATHER'S DAY celebration on June 19, 1910, in Spokane, Washington. Her novel idea of honoring fathers eventually spread. Finally, in 1966, then President of the U.S. Lyndon Johnson officially proclaimed the third Sunday of June as Father’s … Continue reading 6 BIBLICAL TECHNIQUES TO BECOMING A BETTER FATHER

A Different Father’s Day

This is a different Father's Day.  In years past, Father's Day meant cut-out, hand-made cards, breakfast in bed and long morning hugs from my three children.  This year is different.  My kids have outgrown the handmade card artistry, I am awake long before they are wiping the sleep from their  eyes, and the hugs will be … Continue reading A Different Father’s Day