Father’s Day is a time to remember and acknowledge dads and other men who have been mentors and guides during our formative years.
I believe that the greatest thing I can do for my family is to consistently respond to the invitations of Christ.
When I think about the joys of being a Dad, I easily recall events with my children that remind me of the important things in life. Nothing brings more joy into the heart of this Dad.
My kids have never bought me an ugly tie on Father’s Day. Maybe this year. I’m holding out hope. I’ve been a dad for a little while now. I have two daughters, ages 15 and 12. At our home, we are currently all about Driver’s Ed. And Pinterest, high school and jr. high, and all the joy, goofiness, and drama …