This week’s for the Dads Doing It Right series I want to share with you dads who are empowering other dads with either books, thoughts or coaching. Through their podcast, book or website they want to share their experiences with other dads. If there are any other dads that you think we should check out leave their name and info in the comment section below.
Ferocious Fatherhood – Empowering Other Dads
The team over at Ferocious Fatherhood are looking to provide meaningful mentorship to every father in every stage of fatherhood. The want to impact every single child on Earth by ensuring they grow up with a meaningful relationship with their father. To them, effective fatherhood is essentially three loving relationships. A relationship with yourself, the mother of your child, and a relationship with your child. In that order. For more on their thoughts on fatherhood check out their website.
Dr. Jimmy Walters – Answering The Call Of Fatherhood
Dr. Jimmy Walters is the author of Batter Up: Answering the Call of Faith & Fatherhood. Readers will be inspired by the intersection of baseball, faith, and the unique vocation of fatherhood as they seek a closer relationship with God, their children, and their fellow dads. In addition, Walters uses personal anecdotes and cherished stories from the game, the author takes the reader on the blessed journey from Opening Day of fatherhood, through the joys and sufferings of the seasons of life. Check out the book here.
Seth Movsovitz – Dad Frat
The feelings and emotions of being a father could be described in a million ways in a million different words and phrases. For Seth Movsovitz, fatherhood has not only been an honor and a privilege, but a bond and kinship with his fellow fathers as well. Out of that camaraderie, DadFrat was born! DadFrat is a brand and line of products, created with an intent to remind one another of the great pride and responsibility a dad has in the care, guidance, and love for our great generations to come. If you want to check out their gear go to their website.
Pat Kose – I Think Therefore I Dad
Pat Kose is an amateur writer and a professional dad. Over at his website he is documenting an average man’s attempt to raise normal kids. Pat is not here to give parenting advice, but he is mostly looking to entertain you. From sharing stories about fatherhood, sports and more. Therefore, make sure you check out his blog here.