“The glory of children is their fathers.” Proverbs 17:6b ESV
Billy Graham once said, “A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society.” Don’t let that happen at your house! How can a mom help her children honor Dad on Father’s Day?
Help your children show love for Dad with a well-planned, poignant Father’s Day gift or love demonstration. Try one of these starter ideas:
High school or college son or daughter:
- Write a long, heartfelt, hand-written letter to Dad, listing things you admire about him. Be very specific.
- Find two photos of you and Dad—one with you as a baby or small kid, and one of you this year with him. Put it in a dual frame.
- Take Dad to lunch—just the two of you—your treat! Be intentional about sharing your heart and goals. Take a selfie with him, and proudly post it on Instagram or FaceBook.
Middle school daughter or son:
- Use one of many free word search websites to easily make a personalized word search game about your dad. First, list lots of descriptive words—traits you admire, nicknames, hobbies, favorite things, and words…