For The Love Of The Game
As a young child of five or six years old, my dad would ask me to go outside and playRead more.
When I was six years old, family friends gave us their old ping pong table. On day one, my dadRead more.
A Stake In The Ground Not a Stick In The Mud
My dad was a Pentecostal preacher. But he never preached to me. As a man of many words it wasRead more.
My Father Showed Me How To Be A Better Mother
A father's impact is substantial in the life of his daughter. Like most dads, mine offered pieces of advice over theRead more.
Courage in the Face of Persecution
My dad, the first example of Christ in my life I will forever remember the sound of the wornRead more.
15 Extremely Important Tips for Dad’s To Build Their Daughter’s Confidence
I come from a family of 8 kids, all from the same parents! As you can imagine, it was chaos.Read more.
Coming to One’s Aid
1 Thessalonians 5:11 says, “Therefore encourage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing.” PaulRead more.
Don’t Underestimate Your Influence
I’ve been a high school teacher for almost twelve years now. I’ve spent the last nine years at the sameRead more.
What I Told The Father of My Granddaughters
My youngest son asked me if I ever got impatient with him when he was little. The query arose becauseRead more.
Father’s Memory Saves Lives.
My father Reginald Read died in 1968 when I was 14 and he was 46 . I am 62 now,Read more.