Fatherhood Strengthening (Week 3)

June 17, 2021

“Children are a blessing and a gift from the Lord.”
– Psalm 127:3

Children, writes the psalmist in Psalm 127:3, are some of God’s providential blessings. They are a reward from the Lord. This week, we will begin presenting some activities dads can plan with their children. These activities are suggested Fatherhood.gov at their website at: www.Fatherhood.gov:

June 18, 2021 is Wear Blue Day

June 18 – Wear Blue Day is a day in which awareness is raised about the importance of male health and to encourage men to live longer and healthier lives. Get your annual checkup! Physical and mental health are both important to live a healthy, healthy life.

Happy Father’s Day!
3rd Sunday in June

This year, Father’s Day is celebrated June 20 and is the day we honor fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society. The man who inspired Father’s Day was a single dad and a civil war vet. Take some time to thank those who have been fathers in your life, and we hope you enjoy your day as a father!

July 7, 2021
Father Daughter Take A Walk Day

#FatherDaughterTakeAWalkDay Make this an annual tradition and take a walk together. Father Daughter Take a Walk Day celebrates the special relationship between fathers and daughters and reminds you to set aside time to spend together. If you are unable to be with your daughter on this day, take separate walks, and then have a phone conversation about what you saw, smelled, and felt on your walk.

July 25, 2021
National Parents’ Day

#NationalParentsDay Did you know that Parents’ Day is held in the United States on the 4th Sunday of July? On this day each year, Americans recognize outstanding parents, celebrate the teamwork in raising children, and support the role of parental guidance in building a strong, stable society. So, celebrate with your kids and give yourself a pat on the back for being a great parent!

July – National Ice Cream Month

#NationalIceCreamMonth National Ice Cream Month is celebrated in July. This observation was established by President Ronald Reagan in 1984. In July, go out with your kids and have some ice cream! Be adventurous and try a flavor you have never tried before. If you can’t get ice cream together in person, send a gift card or find a time to talk about your favorite flavors, shops and stories involving ice cream!

Article Source: https://fatherhood.gov/for-dads/activities-for-dads-and-kids.

Happy Father’s Day!

Next week: Conclusion

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