Now that I'm married and have a child of my own, the principles my dad taught me about marriage and family have become even more valuable to me. He was there to help wisely guide me into a godly marriage and has motivated me to serve the Lord by serving my family. I look forward to sharing that heritage with my own children.
As I've gotten older, one of the things I've come to appreciate most about Dad is his guidance. He's always taken the time to instruct me, give me godly counsel, and then give me the push I need to pursue life's possibilities.
I am grateful for the guidance, instruction, and love my dad has given me throughout my schooling and in every aspect of my life.
I like it when Dad takes me golfing. It is fun to learn, especially when I get to drive the cart.
Dad is always my softball coach which makes me feel special because he's very busy.
Michael, Jr. (10)
I like to go grocery shopping with Dad. It is fun and I learn a little, plus he usually buys me a donut.
My Dad reads us Curious George stories in a funny way. He never reads the real words but makes up his own.
I like it when Dad says my inventions are good.
I like it when my dad tells me to clean up because I love to clean up. (Mom faints, dad gasps upon hearing this and both vow to make Joey happy on a more regular basis).