In generations past a father was judged solely in terms of our ability to provide economically.
Today, being a godly father also means having a close relationship with our children and being actively involved in their lives.
Gallup studied men who had been super successful in exceeding business, financial, and career goals to identify their keys to personal success. The most essential factor found was the consistent attention they received from their fathers when they were young.
The supreme challenge a man faces is not on the athletic field, not in the boardroom, not in the gym, and not in reviewing his net worth–the greatest challenge a man faces is learning how to be a God-fearing dad for his children.