Here we are at the end of another week. We are celebrating Father’s Day this weekend (Happy Father’s Day to all dads). I hope you have a wonderful weekend, whatever that entails.
I was filled with laughter recently as I watched a video from a couple of dads. I think the video was titled, “what not to give dads this Father’s Day.” Just the name caused curiosity in me. The dad proceeded to say, “…do not get socks, ties, coffee cups, etc.” He outlined too many things that I cannot recall them all. However, the video got me thinking about my husband and what a wonderful dad he has been all these years. As I thought of him, I considered the impact a dad can have on their children’s lives. Since I never really knew my dad, I thought of the man that meant so much to me and helped shape my formative years, my grandfather. Many of you have heard the stories of my incredible grandparents. They were Pentecostal Pastors, and they raised me. In my village/community, many spiritual mothers and fathers taught and empowered my faith.