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A fast-paced, highly interactive workshop for fathers from all walks of life – new dads, as well as those who have been "at it for awhile" – who want to focus on the most important responsibility a man can hold – being a dad.

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The World’s Greatest Dad

Another Father’s Day which means that it’s time to clear off the mantel and make room for this year’s WORLD’S GREATEST DAD trophy that your son or daughter is so excited to give you! [...]

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How Do I Talk to My Kids About Gun Violence?

Sadly, mass shootings and gun violence have become a heartbreaking reality in our country. As with many parents, each tragic incident leaves me with a sick feeling in my stomach. But the tragedy in [...]

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"As a pastor, I have had numerous conversations with dads about being a dad. It is no easy task to be a father. Here is a curriculum that is just for us. I am excited to use this material in my own congregation."

Rev. Dan Flynn, Father of Two Daughters
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"I know Dan. I know him well. He’s the real deal. He understands both the joys and challenges of being a father. And I’m thrilled he has launched The Fatherhood Project. Compelling, convicting, comforting. If you make only one investment of time in a workshop or conference this year, make it this one."

Chas Moeller, Father of Two Sons
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"In this demanding world, men can become very easily distracted from the essential role of being a father. The Fatherhood Project helps men to slow down long enough to realize that time well spent as a ‘father’ first is their God-given missionary work."

Diane Leoni, Mother of Four Children
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"The brilliant program content plus Dan’s masterful delivery style will impact your heart!"

James Piazza, Father of Three Sons
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"The biblical principles helped me to realize that I have a compass for fathering my children. The practical tools gave me endless ideas of how to put those principles into practice. I walked away from the workshop knowing that I still have plenty to do to become a better dad, but with a peaceful clarity about what to work on and why."

Ross Martin, Father of Three Children