The best teams at any level are just that … teams. Tom Brady would be a pretty average quarterback without an outstanding offensive line. Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant might have one or two less rings without big shots from Derek Fisher and Robert Horry.
There are no small parts, just small players.
My point is this: I don’t intend for this little corner of the web to be the best dads’ blog out there. In fact, I hope every dad who wanders by here decides to start their own blog. The more that do so, the more our message gets out for others to find.
With that said, here are some resources that have been valuable to me as I search for inspiration and motivation as a dad. A great deal of what you find here probably started in one of these places.
- National Center for Fathering (www.fathers.com)
I had the privilege of meeting Carey Casey, CEO of the National Center, at a conference in April of 2012. During the brief time I was able to speak with Mr. Casey, I knew
- Its Good To Be The Dad (www.itsgoodtobethedad.com)
- Focus on the Family
- Freddie Scott II (http://www.freddiescott.org)
- All Pro Dad (http://www.allprodad.com)
- Championship Fathering, Carey Casey
- The 21-Day Dad’s Challenge, Carey Casey
- The Power of a Praying Parent, Stormie Omartian
- Bringing Up Boys, Dr. James Dobson
- 52 Things Kids Need From a Dad, Jay K. Payleitner
- Finding Your Greater “Yes”, Dr. Dan Erickson