Father’s Day is a special time to honor and appreciate dads. It is a time of celebration and thankfulness. So many men do their absolute best to be the Best Dad and Husband possible, instead of not caring about their legacy. It is important to remember that earthly dads are not perfect and make (and regret) mistakes made along the way, but our Heavenly Father is perfect and never fails us.
If you are reading this, but you are not yet a dad, be sure to thank your father or someone who has filled that role in some way in your family’s life.
For Dads reading this: I praise God for you for providing a safe, secure, loving environment in your home. I praise God for all dads who make church worship a priority as a recent study by Josh McDowell states that “if a father does not go to church only 1 child in 50 will become a regular worshiper.” That is staggering. I praise God for all dads and their commitment to provide their children with a Christ-centered education.
Thank you, Dad, for your commitment to your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, to your family, to attending church regularly modeling this valuable practice, and for providing a Christ-centered education for your child(ren).
|Dad Dave Breslow with son John and daughter Lauren|
Serving Christ through education,
Bruce D. Johnson
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