How to Be a Father They'll Fondly Remember

Six practical ways for fathers to leave their children legacies that matter.

Jesuslovesfrank2

06/20/2005 12:10:45 PM

I liked this article a lot. I believe my main purpose in life is being the best father/husband I can be. I continue to pray to Father God to teach my wife and me how to be the best parents we can be because like the author of this article wrote, "our children are our legacy". I thank God for entrusting my wife and me with stewardship over our children.

Henrietta22

06/18/2005 11:30:50 AM

All of Belief.net readers apparently would benefit from reading this artical. Why do I say this? All this past week there has been a question for the discussion that asked: "What is your fondest memory of your Dad". After all this time it still is (three of three). I've gone in everyday to see other peoples memories and have been disapointed. Do you all remember you have or had a Father??

m_raghavan

06/17/2005 06:23:49 PM

An inspiring and moving article. Not being blessed with children, I can only long to be this kind of father in a future life. But, fathers or not, these are lessons that all men can carry with them in their relationships with others.

thebibleistrue

06/16/2005 04:16:52 PM

That was a real good article. Everybody needs to stop and savor each moment with their dad. See, I lost my father back a few years ago and I sure do miss him too. So my message to all who are fortunate to have their dad tell him you love him not just telling him but also show him. HAPPY FATHER'S DAY to all fathers.

lightonlight

06/16/2005 12:38:25 PM

Very nice article. Frustration caused by any reason should not be taken out on kids. To the kids we should be both Father(first) and also a friend. You just cant be a friend only that creates a problem.

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